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The Eye Of The Beholder

A miserable job isn’t the same as a bad one. As with beauty, the definition of a lousy job lies in the eye of the beholder. Some would consider a job terrible because it’s physically exhausting or involves long hours in the hot sun. Others would see it as one that doesn’t pay very well, and others might call a job terrible because it requires a long commute or large amounts of time seated at a desk. It all comes down to your perception of your environment, who you are, and what you value and enjoy.

However, everyone knows what a miserable job is. It’s that job that you dread going to and can’t wait for the end of the day so you can leave. It’s the one that saps your energy even when you’re not busy, the one that makes you linger over your lunch break or spend extra time in the restroom cubicle to stay away from your desk for a few moments longer. It’s the one that makes you go home at the end of the day with less enthusiasm and more cynicism.

Unless you’ve been fortunate at one point in time, every one of us has probably had a miserable job experience. In many cases, that job became the catalyst for our jump into the world of the entrepreneur. That job gave us the drive and ambition to start and build something for ourselves. When we look back on our career choices, do we remember that job as the “miserable” one, the bad experience? Or rather, do we look at it as the job that launched us onto one of the most extraordinary and most rewarding adventures that we can embark upon, that of building something for ourselves?

There are not any truly bad or miserable experiences. That’s our pessimistic nature usurping the true nature of things. In actuality, each experience only has positive lessons to teach us. We have to learn to recognize the “silver linings.”

The old saying beauty is in the eye of the beholder is somewhat misleading. There is beauty in everything. We need to learn to see it.

Each experience is something valuable to teach us. We have to be receptive to it and willing to learn. Was that job miserable, or was it the job that paved the way for our most significant accomplishments, and without it, would we have made the jump?

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