Peter Miceli Mr. Simakowicz English 101-03 October 20, 2014 Success is a Journey, not a Destination The most important aspect in life is the feeling of happiness. There is not elevator that leads to success, you must take the stairs. Whether or not you are popular, confident, and wealthy in life, you are not necessarily successful. Every day when you turn on the television, the media wants the world to believe that having lots of money, living in a mansion like house, and owning the most advanced cars is the key to happiness. One may continue to believe that popularity makes you successful, but there comes a time in there life when they realize that nobody is there for you when you need them most.
It only lands him in trouble and making his life more miserable than before. Although quitting the job could have provided him with an opportunity to get the one that pleased him, it caused him great harm. Whereas he lost both his job, the three girls he was defending, His disrespect for his co-workers earned him nothing but poor work relationship. However, there is a likelihood that, if given another chance, he would not have repeated the same actions. Leaving his job can be viewed positively because it appears to displease him.
Man suffers from a very pathetic condition due to his failures in society. This theory shows that alienation is the results of living in an exceeding cluster in any community. According to this theory, low category loses the flexibility to manage or accomplish their goals in life because of the suppression of socio-economic class. In this novel, alienation is found in his protagonist Griffin. He 's a pissed off man, who feels boredom about his relations.
Now that being said there is some truth to that statement; seeing as money brings its own complications. Many see the “upper class” or rich people as patient, strict, and or slightly arrogant. Jay Gatsby, who is a wealthy self made man has gathered such a large quantity of money just for the girl of his dreams, Daisy Buchanan. Gatsby is enshrouded with mystery because he seemingly popped up out of nowhere with extreme amounts of wealth. He throws grand parties every weekend, where many influential and well off people show up, all in hopes that Daisy will eventually end up there.
If the employee is expected to perform routine or specialized job, he will feel bored and alienated, Repetition of the same task again and again makes the working situation worse. Another factor is the large impersonal organizational structure. Sometimes, if the employee feels that he is just a cog in the machine instead of a person; his morale will become very low. Lack of understanding of organizational goals may also affect the morale. Another factor which causes low morale is the assembly line operations moving at a constant
And because of these characteristics, he feels like he is on the outside of a world which he does not fit into. So, he creates his own world, that is why he loves fancy items as much as an alcoholic loves booze. Though he does not want to be famous himself, he just wants to be rich so that he can watch famous people or look at expensive artwork. Throughout the story, his cravings for this expensive lifestyle progress. He started out working for an art gallery, and when he was fired, he ended up working for a stock broker, and one day when Paul was taking a check to the bank to deposit it for the broker, he ran off from Pittsburgh to New York to spend the money and live the life he dreamed of.
The Rise of Jeff Bezos “You have to be willing to be misunderstood if you’re going to innovate.” (Stillman) These famous words are from the mouth of the richest man in the world, Jeff Bezos. His entire success story can be outlined by that phrase. Many people doubted Jeff Bezos on his way to the top of the Forbes List and he proved all of them wrong. Bezos’ success story can be attributed to his outstanding ambition and intelligence. He caught a trend, took the risk, and made billions.
Feeling his job performance is below standard and concerned about his coworkers’ feelings about his level of comptenency. 7. Increased thoughts of shooting himself in the head. 8. Recent move has resulted in loss of social support in terms of friendships.
This outcome could be a result of increase in responsibility of task on employees. According to Carpenter, some employee given extra responsibility may expect a pay increase or some form of benefits and compensation for putting extra time and energy. If this expectation is not met, frustration and dissatisfaction will result in work attitude. Another reason for the negative outcome experienced in HIS Department is that not all employee enjoys having to control how they work; if they are not pleased controlling how they work, they can become frustrated and dissatisfied with their job. With the negative outcome of job enrichment in HIS Department, it is a signal that employees are not motivated with the changes that was put in place.
Workplace morale refers to the attitudes and opinions employees have about their jobs, and is crucial to an organization’s success. Low employee morale can hinder a business from achieving organization-wide goals, and it can also lead to low productivity, increased employee turnover, and loss of profitability. There are several low employee morale signs to be aware of. Any one of these signs can be a direct indicator that employee morale is low and needs work. • Poor communication with management and team • Frequent absenteeism • Excessive complaining over small matters • Increased employee conflicts or fighting amongst staff • Poor work quality • Increased customer complaints Some common problem areas for employees include: lack of internal communication; no room for growth; overworked; under paid; and underappreciated.