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Happy Labor Day everybody! I just finished up on my newest wallpaper entitled, "Labor" to celebrate today's holiday. This wallpaper ups the count in my gallery to 93 now, which also makes this my 16th of this year.

I wanted to post this much earlier in the day so more people could enjoy it sooner, but a few things I had to get to today took a higher priority before I could get around to finishing this one up.

I hope you all had a pleasant weekend - even if you had to work today. For those of us who currently have a job to go to, I feel we should all be thankful, especially in this present time as the economy is struggling and many people are out of work right now. So many highly skilled laborers are desperately seeking work, and I feel it's a shame when we take any opportunity - like jobs - for granted.

I understand that for many, most jobs eventually become work (meaning boring or even frustrating), and it becomes tempting to take for granted the jobs we have. We need to catch ourselves early when this starts to creep into our mind set. Because before long, we can slide even further with this attitude of apathy into neglect, and we start to slack off, becoming poor workers with diminishing value. (You can see where this path will eventually go.)

It's important to remember how valuable the opportunities we have, wherever we are, and to do the best that we can at all times, even going the extra mile when it's not expected of you to do so. That's how you merit an increase - by doing more than you are paid to do. When we perform our jobs in this manner, the increase we feel we should get will usually follow. It may not happen right away, but you put yourself in a position that makes it very favorable.
- Original blog entry from 09.06.2010

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