Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Do it with Joy!
Hi everyone! I thought that this video was just fantastic and wanted to share it with you all! It is short, 4 minutes in length, but well worth your time, in my opinion! There is no speaking in the video so you don't need to worry about understanding any language. :)
I get excited when I see people enjoying themselves like this, especially in the workplace! So often we see people going to work and not enjoying their work, which is so sad. I consider myself blessed to have had, for the most part, jobs that I really enjoyed! Of course, though, this doesn't mean that it was easy. I have always felt that bringing a smile and a positive attitude can really change things that can otherwise be dismal, and seeing the guy in this video shows how this can be, in action! He obviously enjoys his job! Not only does he enjoy his job, but he brightens people's days with his smile and positive attitude, as you will see. He also has a group cheering him on, standing and watching him, and I can see myself as being one of those people! His enthusiasm is infectious!
So what about yourself...if you work, and if you feel comfortable sharing this, what type of work do you do? Do you enjoy it? If you are retired and no longer working, are you enjoying your time in a way that makes you feel happy and relaxed?
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