People & Their Attitude to their Profession

Our life is a complex one. We can, with our omission and commission, make it still more complex. In these complexities, there comes the grit and determination to sow the seeds of solution to our pestering problems in hand. If these problems are not handled with tact and vision, these may snowball into intractable one and elude solution altogether in the foreseeable future. People who factor in for solution should be known in this sort of a scenario.

In our dealings with others, we come across different types of people.  There are the people who thrive on buttressing their causes by sweet words. They believe in the dictum of getting their things done by platitudes and not much sincere work. These people are not the contributors to the organization to which they work. They are the selfish lots whose job is only to make others as their ladder for upward march in their careers and upward progression.

Then there are the lots who, with the sincere and integrated effort put two to two together and are the pillar of success. They are honest and real contributors. They sweat for ultimate results. Action is their way of life. They are the strong believer in ‘work is worship’. In other words they base their work philosophy action first and recognition will follow later. They always go with the solution for a problem and do not become a part of the problem.

Then there are those who become impediment in the course of action going on. They are interrupters in anything under the sun. They prove themselves to be discouraging factors in the march ahead of an organization. Hence, they ought to be found out and given marching orders, sooner it is done the better for the organization.

Next in the list are the ones who flourish on sympathy factor. They are past master in procrastination. They offer lame excuses for not doing a job properly and on time. These people are not the real contributor but become part of the problem for the organization for which they are working. It would be right to say that they are burden to the employers. The sooner they are weeded out the better it would be for all.