friends you dont feel bored doing repetitive work again n again in office

India
June 21, 2007 11:52pm CST
friends you dont feel bored and get tired doing same work again n again daily in office. how you get fresh and rejuvenated to beat tireness and repetativeness of work and how maintain your level of work and how you increase your efficiency and quality of work at the same time. please have on this. this will help me to do my job better and give my best to my job and to contribute to my team and organisation.
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@mjmlagat (3171)
• Philippines
1 Aug 08
Well I think as long as you love your job, you won't be bored doing it over and over again. You might be tired at times especially in beating deadlines, but at the end of doing your job passionately, you will feel real contentment and gratification for having accomplished such. During the times of real hectic schedules, I sneaked out myself from my office and pay short visit to friends in other departments (well it's not really sneaking out from someone because I am the only person in my department), and make short chats and exchanges of ideas. This truly help me to refresh myself from the clogs of works in the office. It also allows me to relax my eyes, since my work really stressed my eyes due to consistent usage of the computer. Anyway, I hope my answer help you one way or another. Good luck and Happy Posting!
@RobinJ (2501)
• Canada
22 Jun 07
If you are feeling bored, tired and that your work is repetitive then you are in the wrong job. The job you need to have is something you love to do, I was a cook and cooked professionally from 1976 to 2001, and I loved every minute of it, It gave me instant gratification, if I was able to please the customer and my employer. No matter what you cook it never never comes out exactly the same every time, it called for artistic, abilities, as well as a good working knowledge of a kitchen, and the ability to do several things at one time. While the compensation was never all that great, I never had one day that I didn't look forward to going to work. and in this day and age that means a great deal.