Gratitude For Your Job
How much gratitude does your job bring you? Are you disappointed with your job? Is your satisfaction level a bit low? Have you considered the alternatives?
Let’s talk about just your commute? My personal commute is between 45 minutes to an hour. That is nothing compared to 1,768 feet – straight up! That is the commute for people who work on transmission lines and antennae in the world of broadcasting.
The next time you are cranky at work, remember this video!
The Gratitude Guru
Oh my GOSH! I couldn’t even watch the whole thing. Talk about no fear of heights (that would be the worker not me!!!) Yes indeedy, thank God I don’t have that commute!! I would be looking for a new job. Seems like that person was comfortable and good with it though so perhaps they are just as grateful to have the job as I am to not have it!
With gratitude for all my lovely little kindergarteners and a job on the ground!
@Molly – And to think… you can say you had a ‘reverse commute’ as you went down to the basement of that old job you had! 🙂
OMG! I LOVE my job! I get dizzy just going on the second step of a step ladder so there is NO WAY I could do that job! And I am SOOOO grateful that I don’t have to! LOL! Thanks for sharing Paul. 🙂
@Cat – i thought about if I could do it… The idea of NO safety harness is what kept driving me nuts!
Why blur the guys face out? I don’t get it.
@Scotty – I think it was just for privacy.
This is something to think and find a solution for climber’s safety, Seriously and immediately.Any how need safety.
@Menka – They mentioned that in the video – the safety aspects would slow the workers down too much! I think that is crazy, but that is what they do!