Happiness doesn’t result from what we get,
but from what we give.
In our day to day work, we carryout the task in a mundane way. The reason has nothing to be blamed on us. It just happens to be repetitive. Being repetitive, reduces the charm in the task. The mind gets to feel, that there is nothing much new that can be done with the task.
Now, let’s think the same task from a different angle. Every task or job can be a starting point for some other task for a receiver. Or its a final product release to a customer. When you look from the point of receiver, as how your task delivery can improve his receiving capability, you would get ideas. Let’s look at different areas in our regular office environment, where the scenario can be build up better.
- A good morning smile always by the receptionist whole heartedly.
- A good morning wish or well wishing statement to the office boy or to your office cleaner as how are you? and how was your day? will lite up his or her day.
- The delivery of task confirmation to your peer, with a good day note.
- Concluding a regular project group call, with a small positive note even though the team’s performance was not up to the mark.
- Sharing smiling snippets with your partner or kids as they are back from their office work or school work.
There can be multiple other cases, which you can think of and make it better. Once you start to do this, the receiver feels value. A sense of relativity. They feel, whatever they are receiving is of good work. That’s when the task you are delivering becomes a gift. When you start to treat your task as delivering an art, you become impeccable.
Thus your task turns out be an art. An art that just isn’t paint. It’s love. When you love what you do, you value the work from the receiver’s perspective. How the receiver would feel happy on receiving the work from me?. How they would love to cherish my work? Would like to hear from you about your task delivery. How are you making your receiver happy in receipt of your tasks.