Working on Work

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Seems ironic to work on work, but we spend so many hours of our lives at work, it’s smart to put effort into improving the experience for everyone. Reminds me of a quote from Abraham Lincoln:

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Ooops, wrong one.  Try this one…and think how it might apply to work.

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Yes, I believe, as Lincoln did, that if we work on making work more efficient, we can make it more pleasant, which in turns makes it more productive and engaging. To that end, we are launching a book club with my new team in 21st Century Learning.  We are reading about the Results Only Work Environment, and learning about focusing on results that matter,  not seat time in the office chair. The title we are going to be reading?  Why Work Sucks and How to Fix It. 

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Coordinating 21st Century Learning in Santa Ana & beyond. I practice art through photography. I raise funds for clean water with Team World Vision.
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Coordinating 21st Century Learning in Santa Ana & beyond. I practice art through photography. I raise funds for clean water with Team World Vision.

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