hr bushido

random thoughts, mainly human resources-related but not always.
fastcompany:

Infographic: The Grinders Vs. The Dreamers. Who Wins?
To be great at your job, you have to embrace the grind. But the very word implies pulverizing something into nothing, as if with every type of your keyboard, your fingers flake away, until work has consumed your wrists, elbows, shoulders and chest.
Sorry! Don’t think about that visual!
Here’s a better one, by Joey Roth, that imagines the grind not as a platform for powderization, but as the step-by-step means to ascension.

By ‘grind’ I mean a combination of work ethic and improvised strategy that becomes a daily ritual, and ensures progression or improvement over time, regardless of an individual day or even week’s outcome.”

Here’s the full story.

work is still a “grind” no matter how you want to visualize it.

fastcompany:

Infographic: The Grinders Vs. The Dreamers. Who Wins?

To be great at your job, you have to embrace the grind. But the very word implies pulverizing something into nothing, as if with every type of your keyboard, your fingers flake away, until work has consumed your wrists, elbows, shoulders and chest.

Sorry! Don’t think about that visual!

Here’s a better one, by Joey Roth, that imagines the grind not as a platform for powderization, but as the step-by-step means to ascension.

By ‘grind’ I mean a combination of work ethic and improvised strategy that becomes a daily ritual, and ensures progression or improvement over time, regardless of an individual day or even week’s outcome.”

Here’s the full story.

work is still a “grind” no matter how you want to visualize it.

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    work is still a “grind” no matter how you want to visualize it.
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    somehow they are trying to make the “grind” sound like a good thing???
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