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How to Love Your Work

Updated on October 25, 2011


1.Develop the right attitude toward given task; 2.Acquire responsible attitudes toward a given job to foster genuine commitment; 3.Score high in your desire to achieve; 4.Apply effective operation procedures and cost-saving measures to avoid misuse of resources.


DEDICATION AND INTEGRITY IN WORK might best be described as a habit.  It is the disposition you exhibit toward your career or occupation.

The type of work behavior you exhibit is a composite of your knowledge, skills and attitudes on the trade area you are enrolled in. 

It’s either you continue or discontinue the training; it’s either you progress or regress.

If you drop out of your training you are judged guilty of all or any of the negative attitudes. …

DEDICATION AND INTEGRITY IN WORK might best be described as a habit.  It is the disposition you exhibit toward your career or occupation.

The type of work behavior you exhibit is a composite of your knowledge, skills and attitudes on the trade area you are enrolled in. 

It’s either you continue or discontinue the training; it’s either you progress or regress.

If you drop out of your training you are judged guilty of all or any of the negative attitudes. …

Don’t be judge guilty of the following negative attitudes:

1.You arrive late at the training center and depart early.  You rarely stay late to finish an assignment 2.You require extra time, attention, and directions.  When left on your own, you tend to go wrong over and over again. 3.You ignore legitimate directions from your instructors, because you know that what you’re doing is better than anyone else. 4.You prefer to be alone. You find it difficult to communicate with other people in the training center. You neither ask help nor give it. 5.You constantly criticize and ridicule the instructors, your co-trainees, the job and assignments, the building, the weather. You are never satisfied. Something is always wrong. 6.You rarely smile or tell a joke. Life is far too serious and mixed up for such a mood. 7.You enjoy seeing others make mistakes, especially instructors.  Instead of offering assistance, you turn your back and walk away, or worse, publicize the mistake and make sure everyone knows about it.


Dedication and integrity in work play an important role in helping you achieve your training objectives. The moment you cease to work, whether as a trainee or as a member of the workforce; the faculties and skills you possess will gradually deteriorate. You will never attain your personal goal as a worker for as long as you remain idle and uncommitted by choice.

The feeling that one can do something well is the source of one’s pride over one’s work. You derive personal satisfaction and self-fulfillment if you have done your work to the best of your ability.

You should be proud of your work.

You should regard an assigned task as an opportunity to harness your cognitive and manipulative competencies. Taking pride in one’s work can be possible if you keep in mind these tips:

1. Exert all effort to master all the intricacies of the trade area or industry in which you are engaged in.

2. Be alert to discover new ways by which you can achieve your work objectives/goals faster.

3. Do not stand sighing, wishing and waiting, but go to work with energy and perseverance.

4. Develop a pleasant attitude in accomplishing things.

5. Aspire for perfection. Bear in mind that your work, no matter how well it is done, may still be improved in terms of beauty in design, quality of finish, durability and practicability.

6. Treat every assignment and difficult task as merely a challenge to what you really know and can do.

7. Be proud of what you’ve done. It may not seem much to some people, but keep in mind that what you have accomplished adds up to your knowledge, skill and experience.


Rule No. 1: Seek a sense of acomplishment. Score high in your desire to achieve your work objectives by responding to challenge but achievable goals and by setting a goal for yourself if none is provided.

Rule No. 2: Develop plans and strategies to accomplish your work objectives. Implement your objectives by developing a logical series of specific actions and timetable which will keep you moving through the various stages. Successful trainees know where they want to go and where to strike purposely to get there.

Rule No. 3: Listen to feedback. Feedback serves two purposes. First, it lets you know whether or not the course of action you are pursuing is in fact accomplishing the desired result. Second, positive feedback reinforces the motivation to achieve because it provides recognition for accomplishments.

Rule No. 4: Accept and even seek out needed help and support from others to accomplish your training and work objectives. Try to analyze the situation, identify who can help, and cultivate healthy relationships.


1.Request only enough supplies and materials for the project. 2.Measure lengths and weights of materials accurately. 3.Always keep unused materials for possible recycling and future use. 4.Clean and oil tools and equipment after every use to prevent rusting. 5.Follow the logical sequence in dismantling and assembling equipment and machinery to prevent breakage. 6.Report any defective or faulty equipment. 7.Plan and study the work procedures carefully before you start to avoid unnecessary expenses.

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