Time and Money
We all remember working our first job, probably down at the local retail store or at some food service restaurant. When we worked at these places, our managers made it known that time was money. That while you were on the clock, you better be busy or look busy. Simply put, if you were slacking off or doing something you shouldn't be doing you were punished.
In every single one of my previous jobs, time was money. I am now in my career path (look left at avatar) that I enjoy, and no I'm not a jackass or sit around and eat donuts all day or hammer young kids with expensive cars or the ones with the leaf blower sound to them. Instead, I go out with a job to do and make sure I do my job effectively with results. At the end of the day I like to reflect back and see that I accomplished something.
I use my time wisely and keep busy. I wish I could say the same for my co-workers. Now I'm not bashing my co-workers, great group of men and women with the same passion I have, however they simply do not have the same ambition or work ethic that I do. More or less, they sometimes sit around hours on end wasting time with pointless non-sense.
I could babble on and tell you countless stories that would just bring on law enforcement hate and trash talk. Which I do not care, you may all go right ahead and tash it up all you would like.
However, since I do not have the opportunity to explore another career path. I am curious what is your career path like and does it entail hard work and a time/money aspect.
I mean no hard feelings for what I post on this website. Anything I type/write/post/say on this forum is only that of general debate and discussion. I am not biased toward anyone or anything. I am neutral in everything I do on this website. Only those facts that are presented to me sway my thought process and siding of each discussion topic that I post about.