Jobs and Tribes: People make the ExperienceJobs and Tribes: People make the Experience https://jasonlauritsen.com/wp-content/themes/corpus/images/empty/thumbnail.jpg 150 150 Jason Lauritsen https://jasonlauritsen.com/wp-content/themes/corpus/images/empty/thumbnail.jpg
Folding clothes sucks. I find it a monotonous, boring task that I like to avoid when I can. But, as an aspiring good husband, sometimes I have to suck it up and do it. Yesterday was one of those days.
|Bailey, my little helper.|
- The role (what are the responsibilities and opportunities involved?)
- The location (I generally wasn’t able or willing to relocate, so . . . )
- The comp (what do I get for doing a great job?)
- The upside (where can I go with the company once I master this role?)
- The work
- The people
- The money
Work/People/Money~What's Your Top 2 out of 3? This is basically a Values decision as are ALL our career-life choices. Yet most people are unclear about their values as they discover their "expressed values" often shift with the winds of change. Within all people is another set of deep-seeded values I call "implied/hidden values", or DOVE Values (Depth-Oriented Values Extraction), often difficult to discover without reflection and yet, alway present via our intuition to guide us — when we are open to listening to our True Self.
http://bit.ly/tSDKOU a link re Values and DOVE
As I reflected on your inspiring post Jason, I sensed I place work first (the actual work tasks that I believe are important to be doing), people second (relationships are so valuable for my personal growth and for the power of collaboration to make needed changes), and money third (I need money and like using it, but a certain subordinate rating to those critical first two. Thanks Jason, EdC