Workplace Culture Quotes

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Joss Sheldon
“I became a new person; sucked into the neutrality of the abyss, comforted by social norms, and set free from the burden of individuality.”
Joss Sheldon, The Little Voice

“Accepting employment in any organization requires the new employee to adjust their personality in order to meld in with the operable business environment and applicable social climate. An employee whom cannot parrot the ideas, standards, mores, and ethical mandates of their professional organization might endure a turbulently relationship that will expose their core ideology.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“Standards are not established by your proclamations they are established by your routines.”
T Jay Taylor

Nigel Cumberland
“We live in a world in which everything seems to needed now and working quickly is normally viewed as a positive attribute in the workplace...Do not let yourself become too frazzled and stressed by doing everything at high speed.

As I have coached hundreds of individuals in the workplace, I have discovered that we waste precious time by delaying and procrastinating. We might know that the work is very urgent and important but we still might find ourselves being slow to start the task.”
Nigel Cumberland, Secrets of Success at Work: 50 Techniques to Excel

“How to earn a viable standard of living while giving vent to their desire to perform creative activities is the quintessential challenge for modern humans. Some people settle for jobs filled with drudgery and in their free time immerse themselves in hobbies that provide them with personal happiness. Other people prefer to find work that makes them happy, even if this occupation requires them to live a more modest standard of living. The greater their impulse is for curiosity and creativity, the less likely that a person will exchange personal happiness for economic security.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Sabahattin Ali
“What bothered me was having no other choice but to work with people who were always drunk and hungry for meat. They'd give such looks ... I wouldn't call it animalistic because that in itself would still be natural ... This was something beneath that ... a bestiality fed by cruelty, hypocrisy, and deceit ...”
Sabahattin Ali

“Work is a path toward personal and communal self-realization, individual perfecting and collective betterment; it is the exponent of a more unquestionable social and humanistic consciousness.”
Don Jose Maria Arizmendiarrieta

Rahul Shrivastava
“If your office is in a mess, so is your work.”
Rahul Shrivastava

Rahul Shrivastava
“Optimal and timely output is better than perfect and late output.”
Rahul Shrivastava