• Richard Avery

Work that matters

After just receiving a phone call from a scammer, I'm compelled to write about work that matters.

Surely we don't do work just for the reward of money. If we do, that's bound to have a short life.

Doing work that matters means being excited to go to work to make your customers world better. You're actually making a difference to their day.

It might be making the best cup of coffee they have had, or the most memorable service, or selling them a product that makes life so much better for them.

If we do work that matters we are fulfilled in our lives.

Dont be a scammer

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