Mar 18, 2012

How Companies Hurt Us, Just Like Families


If you have never measured up, got approval or recognition from (member of) the family, no matter how successful, kind, or good-looking you were, or how hard you tried - you know it is not the best feeling of all.

Unfortunately such feeling is not rare.


If you cared (or sacrificed) for elderly parent(s), while your sibling(s) popped in once in a while and their every move seemed more valued - you know it is not the best feeling of all.


Unfortunately such feeling is not rare.


We can not chose or change families, although we need not put up with hurtful things they (sometimes) say. We love them, dispite a lot of things we would never forgive anyone else.


Sometimes we spend more time and energy at work than in the family.


Some of us love and care about company as much as if it was our business. (Or our extended family.)


Similar thing happen like in families.


Others get the benefit of the doubt, get promoted or hired for the position you deserved. You know it is not the best feeling of all.


Unfortunately such feeling is not rare.


I, or someone close to me, went through all feelings described above.


Companies (like family members) could appear kinder to strangers than to their own folks.


Everyone else seems to get more appreciation.


But, if you are accepted, acknowledged, challenged, valued, and appreciated, creative and self confident at the organization you work for - that is one of the best feelings of all.


Unfortunately, such feeling IS rare. At least according to my experience. I hope you were luckier. Were you?


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