Joy on the Job

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My family has a very strong work ethic that I inherited. However, I also had blind spots that affected my working life in ways I never grasped until I felt inspired to do a complete inventory of my job history. A new Fourth Step inventory is what it took to open my eyes to all the character defects and shortcomings I exhibited in my work life. I’d had a job loss in 1990 that put me in a downward spiral, including eating compulsively, until 1993 when I found a job with some potential. I threw myself into it with both

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