~ Michael LeBoeuf
In his book, "MAVERICKS!", Donald W. Blohowiak states: "Too many of us suffer from the nice-ification of the workplace. Most of us now toil in a sterile, play-to-the-boss, phony 'have a nice day' environment. Constant agreement lacks energy, creativity, life."
Paul Valery says, "Politeness is organized indifference."
Raymond A. Slesinski says, "Apathy is worse than resistance."
Obviously, there are nuances to each of these quotes, but they make a point. My reflection questions for today are simple.
1. Are we suffering from under-satisfaction?
2. Do we lack a sense of purpose?
3. Is apathy and indifference part of our daily life?
If you are stuck in a rut, what will you do to break out of it?