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Work Benefits Sayings By Frank Shorter: As I've been able to once again gain the benefits of speed work, I'm enjoying As I've been able to once again gain the benefits of speed work, I'm enjoying my running more and more. — Frank Shorter
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Work Benefits Sayings By David Graeber: There seems a general rule that, the more obviously one's work benefits other people, the There seems a general rule that, the more obviously one's work benefits other people, the less one is likely to be paid for it. — David Graeber
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Work Benefits Sayings By Anatoly Karpov: My studies with Botvinnik brought me immense benefit, particularly the homework assignments which forced me My studies with Botvinnik brought me immense benefit, particularly the homework assignments which forced me to refer to chess books and to work independently. — Anatoly Karpov
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Work Benefits Sayings By Ray Dalio: It is a law of nature that you must do difficult things to gain strength It is a law of nature that you must do difficult things to gain strength and power. As with working out, after a while you make the connection between doing difficult things and the benefits you get from doing them, and you come to look forward to doing these difficult things. — Ray Dalio
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Work Benefits Sayings By Steve Hanke: High mandated minimum wages will throw people out of work and onto the welfare rolls High mandated minimum wages will throw people out of work and onto the welfare rolls in cases where unemployment benefits exist. When it comes to welfare payments, they obey the laws of economics, too. Indeed, if something - like unemployment - is subsidized, more of it will be produced. — Steve Hanke
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Work Benefits Sayings By Shantideva: What need is there to say more? The childish work for their own benefit, The What need is there to say more? The childish work for their own benefit, The Buddhas work for the benefit of others. Just look at the difference between them. — Shantideva
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Work Benefits Sayings By Richard Stallman: In practice, the copyright system does a bad job of supporting authors, aside from the In practice, the copyright system does a bad job of supporting authors, aside from the most popular ones. Other authors' principal interest is to be better known, so sharing their work benefits them as well as readers. — Richard Stallman
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Work Benefits Sayings By David Cameron: The benefits cap is right in principle because people don't pay their taxes so that The benefits cap is right in principle because people don't pay their taxes so that families who could work don't work. People pay their taxes so we support people who really need to be supported. — David Cameron
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Work Benefits Sayings By Gordon B. Hinckley: The best antidote I know for worry is work. The best cure for weariness is The best antidote I know for worry is work. The best cure for weariness is the challenge of helping someone who is even more tired. One of the great ironies of life is this: He or she who serves almost always benefits more than he or she who is served. — Gordon B. Hinckley
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Work Benefits Sayings By L. Todd Rose: Growing up in rural Utah had a lot of benefits, but in an environment that Growing up in rural Utah had a lot of benefits, but in an environment that prized conformity, fit wasn't one of them. I ended up in my senior year with a 0.9 GPA, which I think you actually have to work pretty hard to get. In the exact same month they kicked me out of school, my girlfriend - still my wife today - told me she was pregnant. So, it was an interesting start to life: working 10 or 12 minimum-wage jobs; getting bored really quickly and quitting; having my in-laws - rightly - in full panic mode and thinking I had some kind of character flaw. — L. Todd Rose
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Work Benefits Sayings By David Sturt: That's what reframing your role is all about: thinking about how your work affects others, That's what reframing your role is all about: thinking about how your work affects others, looking at the larger purpose of your work and whom it benefits, and seeing yourself as a potential difference maker. — David Sturt
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Work Benefits Sayings By Eugene H. Peterson: "Sabbath is not primarily about us or how it benefits us; it is about God, "Sabbath is not primarily about us or how it benefits us; it is about God, and how God forms us. It is not, in the first place, about what we do or don't do; it is about God - completing and resting and blessing and sanctifying. These are all things that we don't know much about ... But it does mean stopping and being quiet long enough to see - open-mouthed - with wonder - resurrection wonder ... we cultivate the "fear of the Lord". Our souls are formed by what we cannot work up or take charge of. We respond and enter into what the resurrection of Jesus continues to do." — Eugene H. Peterson
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Work Benefits Sayings By Robert Scoble: Let's be honest - you work at a big company because it's comfortable. You don't Let's be honest - you work at a big company because it's comfortable. You don't have to work 80 hours per week, and you get paid, have nice benefits, and the family is all happy. — Robert Scoble
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Work Benefits Sayings By Boris Johnson: It's not reasonable for companies that have chief executives and board members who are paid It's not reasonable for companies that have chief executives and board members who are paid very considerable sums to subsidise low pay through in-work benefits. — Boris Johnson
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Work Benefits Sayings By Paul Howsley: Too right things could be better, that's my whole point. My going to work for Too right things could be better, that's my whole point. My going to work for the badge will not change that, will it?" Joanna said, "And Pride? There is absolutely no pride in being used and cast aside every twelve-weeks for someone equally replaceable. Do you see pride on the faces of people on Workplace? I don't. I see worry, I see weariness, I see downcast men and women, shuffling to and from work, ridiculed at the shops when their badge has ran out, shouted down in the streets with insults like 'badger' and 'scum' for simply doing all they can to survive. Pride, I don't see that, and you know what else I never see? Any fucking hope. — Paul Howsley
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Work Benefits Sayings By Martin Rees: The extreme sophistication of modern technology - wonderful though its benefits are - is, ironically, The extreme sophistication of modern technology - wonderful though its benefits are - is, ironically, an impediment to engaging young people with basics: with learning how things work. — Martin Rees
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Work Benefits Sayings By Brice Marden: I'm much more concerned about what artists think. But as you get older you tend I'm much more concerned about what artists think. But as you get older you tend to get much more isolated; you're not out in the bar, having long drunken arguments on the benefits of your work vs. someone else's. It's hard to know how people are looking at it, and you don't get much feedback. The written critical stuff seems to be the feedback, but that's hard to interpret. — Brice Marden
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Work Benefits Sayings By Thomas Mann: For an important intellectual product to be immediately weighty, a deep relationship or concordance has For an important intellectual product to be immediately weighty, a deep relationship or concordance has to exist between the life of its creator and the general lives of the people. These people are generally unaware why exactly they praise a certain work of art. Far from being truly knowledgeable, they perceive it to have a hundred different benefits to justify their adulation; but the real underlying reason for their behavior cannot be measured, is sympathy. — Thomas Mann
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Work Benefits Sayings By Bennie Thompson: History suggests that attempts to privatize Medicare by relying on private companies to offer Medicare History suggests that attempts to privatize Medicare by relying on private companies to offer Medicare benefits in rural America simply will not work. — Bennie Thompson
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Work Benefits Sayings By Ambrose Bierce: Advice: The suggestions you give someone else which you hope will work for your benefit. Advice: The suggestions you give someone else which you hope will work for your benefit. — Ambrose Bierce
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Work Benefits Sayings By Alija Izetbegovic: There are not many people who work according to the law of virtue, but this There are not many people who work according to the law of virtue, but this small minority is the pride of mankind and every human being. There are not many moments in our own life when we act according to the law of duty. However, the rare moments when we rise above ourselves by neglecting interests and benefits are the only essences of our life. — Alija Izetbegovic
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Work Benefits Sayings By David Cameron: Too many people are stuck on sickness benefits because of issues that could be addressed Too many people are stuck on sickness benefits because of issues that could be addressed but instead are not, some have drug or alcohol problems, but refuse treatment. In other cases, people have problems with their weight that could be addressed, but instead a life on benefits rather than work becomes the choice. — David Cameron
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Work Benefits Sayings By Seth Godin: Every voice doesn't matteronly the voices that move your idea forward, that make it better, Every voice doesn't matter
only the voices that move your idea forward, that make it better, that make you better, that make it more likely you will ship work that benefits your tribe. — Seth Godin
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Work Benefits Sayings By Tom Kenyon: This sound meditation is gentle and subtle, but its benefits are extensive, in that it This sound meditation is gentle and subtle, but its benefits are extensive, in that it allows you to gently release tension that arises from your present circumstances, and if you choose to work with it further it can help release negativity from your past. — Tom Kenyon
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Work Benefits Sayings By Rose Schneiderman: It is the spirit of trade unionism that is most important, the service of fellowship, It is the spirit of trade unionism that is most important, the service of fellowship, the feeling that the hurt of one is the concern of all and that the work of the individual benefits all. — Rose Schneiderman
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Work Benefits Sayings By Robin S. Sharma: In the past, most of us were content to have a job that simply paid In the past, most of us were content to have a job that simply paid the bills. But now, we crave so much more in our work. We want fulfillment, creative challenge, growth, joy and a sense that we are living for something more than ourselves. In a word, we seek meaning. One of the best ways to find the higher meaning in the work you do is to use the technique of creative questioning to become aware of the impact your work has on the world around you. Ask yourself questions like, Who ultimately benefits from the products and services my company offers? or What difference do my daily efforts make? Once you do so, you will start noticing the connection between the work you do and the lives you touch. This will inspire you. — Robin S. Sharma
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Work Benefits Sayings By Peggy McIntosh: Whites are taught to think of their lives as morally neutral, normative, and average, and Whites are taught to think of their lives as morally neutral, normative, and average, and also ideal, so that when we work to benefit others, this is seen as work that will allow 'them' to be more like 'us'.. — Peggy McIntosh
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Work Benefits Sayings By Karen Hitchcock: Medicine and society have entered into a folie a deaux regarding medicine's importance in gigantic Medicine and society have entered into a folie a deaux regarding medicine's importance in gigantic population ills. We believe that genetics and pills and enzymes bring us health. We wait for the dementia cure (the obesity cure, the diabetes cure) rather than changing our society to decrease incidence and severity. We slash social welfare programs and access to GPs and ignore the downstream effect this will have on future generations.
To reduce non-communicable disease, the actions we need to take are societal: make it easier for people to move and eat well, strengthen education, promote community participation and meaningful work. Our collective delusion is that we can have all the benefits such a society would bring without the structural supports necessary to bring it into being, that we can attain health by inventing and buying drugs.
It is hard to know which is the more utopian vision: magic pills or a society serious about prevention. — Karen Hitchcock
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Work Benefits Sayings By Monica Johnson: Make it a point to choose the right backer, make your investments wisely, and do Make it a point to choose the right backer, make your investments wisely, and do the work of the Lord which guarantees exceeding and abundant eternal benefits. — Monica Johnson
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Work Benefits Sayings By Kelly Ripa: I work out every day. It's part of my life. That's one of the benefits I work out every day. It's part of my life. That's one of the benefits of having kids in school full-time. — Kelly Ripa
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Work Benefits Sayings By Jason Fried: Ever find yourself working on something without knowing exactly why? Someone just told you to Ever find yourself working on something without knowing exactly why? Someone just told you to do it. It's pretty common, actually. That's why it's important to ask why you're working on _. What is this for? Who benefits? What's the motivation behind it? Knowing the answers to these questions will help you better understand the work itself. — Jason Fried
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Work Benefits Sayings By G.H. Hardy: We must guard against a fallacy common among apologists of science, the fallacy of supposing We must guard against a fallacy common among apologists of science, the fallacy of supposing that the men whose work most benefits humanity are thinking much of that while they do it, that physiologists, for example, have particularly noble souls. — G.H. Hardy
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Work Benefits Sayings By Dalai Lama: The more we take the welfare of others to heart and work for their benefit, The more we take the welfare of others to heart and work for their benefit, the more benefit we derive for ourselves. This is a fact that we can see. — Dalai Lama
Work Benefits Sayings By Mary Blakely: The job description of mother is clearly in need of revision. As it stands, the The job description of mother is clearly in need of revision. As it stands, the shifts are 24 hours, for a period of approximately 1,825 consecutive days. The benefits are sorely in need of amendment: no vacations, no sick leave, no lunch hours, no breaks. Moreover, it is the only unpaid position I know of that can result in arrest if you fail to show up for work. — Mary Blakely
Work Benefits Sayings By Sharad Vivek Sagar: I wonder how can I ever work for an organization that pollutes the world and I wonder how can I ever work for an organization that pollutes the world and refuses to clean up and sometimes even own up. And, I wonder how on earth can I work for an organization where one of my fellow classmates wouldn't get the same paycheck and the same perks and the same benefits as I would simply because she is a girl. — Sharad Vivek Sagar
Work Benefits Sayings By George Osborne: Unless they have disabilities to cope with, no family should get more from living on Unless they have disabilities to cope with, no family should get more from living on benefits than the average family gets from going out to work. No more open-ended chequebook. — George Osborne
Work Benefits Sayings By Adam M. Grant: If they think the behavior is safe, we should emphasize all the good things that If they think the behavior is safe, we should emphasize all the good things that will happen if they do it - they'll want to act immediately to obtain those certain gains. But when people believe a behavior is risky, that approach doesn't work. They're already comfortable with the status quo, so the benefits of change aren't attractive, and the stop system kicks in. Instead, we need to destabilize the status quo and accentuate the bad things that will happen if they don't change. Taking a risk is more appealing when they're faced with a guaranteed loss if they don't. The prospect of a certain loss brings the go system online. — Adam M. Grant
Work Benefits Sayings By Charles B. Rangel: When thousands of men and women work full time but need food stamps to put When thousands of men and women work full time but need food stamps to put food on their tables, when they can't get health benefits, when they can't get paid sick days, then we must do whatever we can to stand up for them. — Charles B. Rangel
Work Benefits Sayings By D. Todd Christofferson: A woman's moral influence is nowhere more powerfully felt or more beneficially employed than in A woman's moral influence is nowhere more powerfully felt or more beneficially employed than in the home. There is no better setting for rearing the rising generation than the traditional family, where a father and a mother work in harmony to provide for, teach, and nurture their children. Where this ideal does not exist, people strive to duplicate its benefits as best they can in their particular circumstances. — D. Todd Christofferson
Work Benefits Sayings By Kevin Rudd: Politics is about power. It is about the power of the state. It is about Politics is about power. It is about the power of the state. It is about the power of the state as applied to individuals, the society in which they live and the economy in which they work. Most critically, our responsibility in this parliament is how that power is used: whether it is used for the benefit of the few or the many. — Kevin Rudd
Work Benefits Sayings By Todd Tiahrt: I will continue to work diligently in Congress to ensure that our veterans receive the I will continue to work diligently in Congress to ensure that our veterans receive the benefits and care that they have earned and deserve. — Todd Tiahrt
Work Benefits Sayings By Alexander Osterwalder: Co-creation is much more work than writing somewhere in a hidden corner and then publishing Co-creation is much more work than writing somewhere in a hidden corner and then publishing your content. However, the benefits outweigh the costs. — Alexander Osterwalder
Work Benefits Sayings By Seth Godin: When you are leading a tribe, a tribe that you belong to, the benefits increase, When you are leading a tribe, a tribe that you belong to, the benefits increase, the work gets easier, and the results are more obvious. That's the best reason to overcome the fear. — Seth Godin
Work Benefits Sayings By John Sulston: Our work on C. elegans emphasized the benefits of sharing large amounts of information. We Our work on C. elegans emphasized the benefits of sharing large amounts of information. We took a global approach to discover the mechanisms that led to the development of the worm. — John Sulston
Work Benefits Sayings By Iain Duncan Smith: It's fairness to say those who work hard, get up in the morning, cut their It's fairness to say those who work hard, get up in the morning, cut their cloth - in other words 'we can only afford to have one or two children because we don't earn enough'. They pay their taxes and they want to know that the same kind of decision-making is taking place for those on benefits. — Iain Duncan Smith
Work Benefits Sayings By Sheryl Sandberg: In addition, there are huge benefits to communal effort in and of itself. By definition, In addition, there are huge benefits to communal effort in and of itself. By definition, all organizations consist of people working together. Focusing on the team leads to better results for the simple reason that well-functioning groups are stronger than individuals. Teams that work together well outperform those that don't. And success feels better when it's shared with others. So perhaps one positive result of having more women at the top is that our leaders will have been trained to care more about the well-being of others. My hope, of course, is that we won't have to play by these archaic rules forever and that eventually we can all just be ourselves. We — Sheryl Sandberg
Work Benefits Sayings By Rob Simmons: There's been a lot said about Social Security reform. What has been left out of There's been a lot said about Social Security reform. What has been left out of the debate is the double tax on Social Security benefits. I believe it's time to get rid of a tax that punishes seniors and discourages work and retirement savings. — Rob Simmons
Work Benefits Sayings By Arthur De Vany: Your least frequent, most extreme exertions will have the greatest influence on your fitness. The Your least frequent, most extreme exertions will have the greatest influence on your fitness. The peak moments of a workout count far more than the amount of time you spend working out. This is why a series of 40-yard sprints at full speed benefits you more than half an hour of jogging. It's also the reason why lifting a weight heavy enough to make your heart pound and your muscles burn counts more than spending hours at the gym always in your comfort zone, never truly challenging your body. When a work-out becomes an unvarying, monotonous routine, it loses its effectiveness. — Arthur De Vany
Work Benefits Sayings By George Pataki: I knew that good people who wanted to be a part of the American dream I knew that good people who wanted to be a part of the American dream have become trapped in dependency because the federal government and the state government had made it in their economic interest not to take a job because the benefits that they didn't work were better. I changed that. — George Pataki
Work Benefits Sayings By E.L. James: through internships to work at our test sites in Africa. The work they do there through internships to work at our test sites in Africa. The work they do there benefits the local communities and the students themselves. Together we can fight hunger and the abject poverty that blights these regions. "But in this age of technological evolution, as the first world races ahead, widening the gap between the haves and the have-nots, it's — E.L. James
Work Benefits Sayings By George Gilder: Economic growth springs not chiefly from incentives - carrots and sticks, rewards and punishments for Economic growth springs not chiefly from incentives - carrots and sticks, rewards and punishments for workers and entrepreneurs. The incentive theory of capitalism allows its critics to depict it as an inhumane scheme of clever manipulation of human needs and hungers scarcely superior to the more benign forms of slavery. Wealth actually springs from the expansion of information and learning, profits and creativity that enhance the human qualities of its beneficiaries as it enriches them. Workers' learning increasingly compensates for their labor, which imparts knowledge as it extracts work. Joining knowledge and power, capitalism focuses on the entropy of human minds and the benefits of freedom. Thus it is the most humane of all economic systems. — George Gilder
Work Benefits Sayings By Daniel H. Pink: A calling is the most satisfying form of work because, as gratification, it is done A calling is the most satisfying form of work because, as gratification, it is done for its own sake rather than for the material benefits it brings, — Daniel H. Pink
Work Benefits Sayings By Jack Kirby: I won't do anything bad, and I resent very deeply bad people who haven't got I won't do anything bad, and I resent very deeply bad people who haven't got the ability, who try to interfere with the kind of work I'm trying to do because nobody's going to benefit from it. — Jack Kirby
Work Benefits Sayings By Anne Lange: Yeah, impress her with your carpentry skills. Judging by some of the books she reads, Yeah, impress her with your carpentry skills. Judging by some of the books she reads, she likes big, strong, guys - men who do honest work to build their muscles. She's horny as hell when she comes to bed some nights. I'm thinking you could offer to mend some fencing, finish my deck, or something. Watching you work would get her juices flowing."

"Is this your way of tricking me into doing your yard work?" Connor snickered and raised his beer. "Strange way to go about it, bud. — Anne Lange
Work Benefits Sayings By Win Butler: The work that Partners in Health do in Haiti benefits the whole world. The work that Partners in Health do in Haiti benefits the whole world. — Win Butler
Work Benefits Sayings By Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: Perhaps the most distinguishing trait of visionary leaders is that they believe in a goal Perhaps the most distinguishing trait of visionary leaders is that they believe in a goal that benefits not only themselves, but others as well. It is such vision that attracts the psychic energy of other people, and makes them willing to work beyond the call of duty for the organization. — Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Work Benefits Sayings By Amit Kalantri: People have struggled for the benefits of others, you can struggle at least for your People have struggled for the benefits of others, you can struggle at least for your own benefit. — Amit Kalantri
Work Benefits Sayings By Neve Maslakovic: The uninitiated often assumed that undergraduate students were at the bottom rung, but undergrads were The uninitiated often assumed that undergraduate students were at the bottom rung, but undergrads were the paying customers, or at least their parents were. And paying customers needed to be kept happy. Grad students worked for the school as teaching and research assistants--TAs and RAs--but weren't really proper employees, and as such they weren't entitled to the benefits that, say, a cataloger in the Coffey Library received. Then there was the fact that they had to learn to leave behind passive studying and test taking, which was what most of them had been taught in their school careers up to that point, and learn how to actively attack research problems and come up with new ideas, all while being poorly paid. Like Helen had said, a not insignificant number of grad students left after a year instead of sticking around to work on obtaining their PhDs. Who could blame them? Industry paid more and had better benefits. — Neve Maslakovic
Work Benefits Sayings By Louis Navellier: Social Security was designed to give a few years of modest benefits to people whose Social Security was designed to give a few years of modest benefits to people whose bodies were worn out through coal mining, factory work and other physically demanding labor. — Louis Navellier
Work Benefits Sayings By Mortimer Zuckerman: Americans cannot maintain their essential faith in government if there are two Americas, in which Americans cannot maintain their essential faith in government if there are two Americas, in which the private sector's work subsidizes the disproportionate benefits of this new public sector elite. — Mortimer Zuckerman
Work Benefits Sayings By Gretchen Rubin: When you're doing a job that benefits other people, it's easy to assume that they When you're doing a job that benefits other people, it's easy to assume that they feel conscious of the fact that you're doing this work - that they should feel grateful, and that they should and do feel guilty about not helping you. — Gretchen Rubin
Work Benefits Sayings By Jonathan Zittrain: The ability to make new work from old work - especially if that new work The ability to make new work from old work - especially if that new work is different enough that it doesn't dent the market for the old work - is something that benefits all creators, since so few can claim not to have a giant or 10 supporting them underneath. — Jonathan Zittrain
Work Benefits Sayings By Sendhil Mullainathan: Eat better or work out more, and you'll see the benefits weeks, months or years Eat better or work out more, and you'll see the benefits weeks, months or years down the road. Sleep more, and you'll see the benefits tomorrow. — Sendhil Mullainathan
Work Benefits Sayings By Uwem Akpan: I always felt my writing could benefit from the attention of established writers. I knew I always felt my writing could benefit from the attention of established writers. I knew my work could grow and be better. — Uwem Akpan
Work Benefits Sayings By Ron Davison: Corporations create wealth and define how it is shared. They define working conditions, salary, wages, Corporations create wealth and define how it is shared. They define working conditions, salary, wages, and benefits. Holy days used to be defined by the church, but now it is the corporation that defines for the workforce which days are holidays. Politicians have to win the approval of corporations in the same way that kings, centuries earlier, had to win the blessing of the church. — Ron Davison
Work Benefits Sayings By Charles Murray: The percentage of people qualifying for federal disability benefits because they are unable to work The percentage of people qualifying for federal disability benefits because they are unable to work rose from 0.7 percent of the size of the labor force in 1960 to 5.3% in 2010. — Charles Murray
Work Benefits Sayings By John Dunning: We have the knowledge, resources, and capabilities to make global capitalism work in a more We have the knowledge, resources, and capabilities to make global capitalism work in a more inclusive and socially responsible manner while retaining - indeed enhancing - its economic benefits. — John Dunning
Work Benefits Sayings By Greg Gutfeld: I am not the least bit religious, but at least I stick up for the I am not the least bit religious, but at least I stick up for the good work of religion and the cascade of benefits that come from religion. — Greg Gutfeld
Work Benefits Sayings By Cheryl Mendelson: Yet housekeeping actually offers more opportunities for savoring achievement than almost any other work I Yet housekeeping actually offers more opportunities for savoring achievement than almost any other work I can think of. Each of its regular routines brings satisfaction when it is completed. These routines echo the rhythm of life, and the housekeeping rhythm is the rhythm of the body. You get satisfaction not only from the sense of order, cleanliness, freshness, peace and plenty restored, but from the knowledge that you yourself and those you care about are going to enjoy these benefits. — Cheryl Mendelson
Work Benefits Sayings By Faye J Crosby: Juggling produces both practical and psychological benefits ... A woman's involvement in one role can Juggling produces both practical and psychological benefits ... A woman's involvement in one role can enhance her functioning in another. Being a wife can make it easier to work outside the home. Being a mother can facilitate the activities and foster the skills of the efficient wife or of the effective worker. And employment outside the home can contribute in substantial, practical ways to how one works within the home, as a spouse and as a parent. — Faye J Crosby
Work Benefits Sayings By Pierre Curie: It can even be thought that radium could become very dangerous in criminal hands, and It can even be thought that radium could become very dangerous in criminal hands, and here the question can be raised whether mankind benefits from knowing the secrets of Nature, whether it is ready to profit from it or whether this knowledge will not be harmful for it. The example of the discoveries of Nobel is characteristic, as powerful explosives have enabled man to do wonderful work. They are also a terrible means of destruction in the hands of great criminals who lead the peoples towards war. I am one of those who believe with Nobel that mankind will derive more good than harm from the new discoveries. — Pierre Curie
Work Benefits Sayings By Adam J. Johnson: The task of the Church, I suggest, is not to determine which is the theory The task of the Church, I suggest, is not to determine which is the theory of the atonement, or which theory of the atonement has pride of place among others. Rather, following Thomas (who stands clearly in line with the majority position of the history of theology), we ought to witness to the fittingness of the atonement: to demonstrate how the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ brings together a wide array of benefits for the sake of the reconciliation of all things to God, that we might have as full an understanding as possible of the work God accomplished in Christ. — Adam J. Johnson
Work Benefits Sayings By Richard Branson: Our first priority should be the people who work for the companies, then the customers, Our first priority should be the people who work for the companies, then the customers, then the shareholders. Because if the staff are motivated then the customers will be happy, and the shareholders will then benefit through the company's success. — Richard Branson
Work Benefits Sayings By Robin Marantz Henig: In the modern world, the anxious temperament does offer certain benefits: caution, introspection, the capacity In the modern world, the anxious temperament does offer certain benefits: caution, introspection, the capacity to work alone. These can be adaptive qualities. — Robin Marantz Henig
Work Benefits Sayings By Sinclair B. Ferguson: If the benefits of Christ's work (justification, reconciliation, adoption, and so on) are abstracted from If the benefits of Christ's work (justification, reconciliation, adoption, and so on) are abstracted from Christ himself, and the proclamation of the gospel is made in terms of what it offers rather than in terms of Christ himself, the question naturally arises: To whom can I offer these benefits? — Sinclair B. Ferguson
Work Benefits Sayings By David Cameron: What we're putting forward is the most radical reform of the welfare state ... for What we're putting forward is the most radical reform of the welfare state ... for 60 years. I think it will have a transformative effect in making sure that everyone is better off in work and better off working rather than on benefits. — David Cameron
Work Benefits Sayings By Franz Boas: Its [the anthropological method] power to make us understand the roots from which our civilization Its [the anthropological method] power to make us understand the roots from which our civilization has sprung, that it impresses us with the relative value of all forms of culture, and thus serves as a check to an exaggerated valuation of the standpoint of our own period, which we are only too liable to consider the ultimate goal of human evolution, thus depriving ourselves of the benefits to be gained from the teachings of other cultures and hindering an objective criticism of our own work. — Franz Boas
Work Benefits Sayings By Cheryl Richardson: So let's say you realize that you are never going to be a 9 a.m. So let's say you realize that you are never going to be a 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. person. You're not cut out for that sort of typical work environment. The benefit might be that if you embrace that and say I need to be self-employed or I need to be doing more project-oriented work. Identify the benefits - I'd be more productive. I'd be happier. The people around me would be happier because my mood would be better. When you identify the benefits of accepting the behavior or habit, you actually give leverage to it and give yourself a better chance of sticking with it. — Cheryl Richardson
Work Benefits Sayings By Daniel Alarcon: I'm a believer in the benefits of translation. It's a necessity and a privilege - I'm a believer in the benefits of translation. It's a necessity and a privilege - it would be awful to be limited to reading authors who's work was composed in the languages I happen to have learned. — Daniel Alarcon
Work Benefits Sayings By Arun Tiwari: I have observed an analogy between a force field equilibrium and resistance to change in I have observed an analogy between a force field equilibrium and resistance to change in organizations. Let us imagine change to be a coiled spring in a field of opposing forces, such that some forces support change and others resist it. By increasing supporting forces such as supervisory pressure, prospects of career growth and monetary benefits or decreasing the resisting forces such as group norms, social rewards and work avoidance, the situation can be directed towards the desired result - but for a short time only, and that too only to a certain extent. After a while the resisting forces push back with greater force as they are compressed even more tightly. Therefore, a better approach would be to decrease the resisting force in such a manner that there is no concomitant increase in the supporting forces. In this way, less energy will be needed to bring about and maintain change.
The result of the forces i mentioned above, is motive. — Arun Tiwari
Work Benefits Sayings By Charles Caleb Colton: It is an easy and vulgar thing to please the mob, and not a very It is an easy and vulgar thing to please the mob, and not a very arduous task to astonish them; but essentially to benefit and to improve them is a work fraught with difficulty, and teeming with danger. — Charles Caleb Colton
Work Benefits Sayings By Anthony D. Ravenscroft: We are taught to put fun and serious pursuits on a continuum as opposed extremes, We are taught to put fun and serious pursuits on a continuum as opposed extremes, when this dichotomy is entirely false, made even worse when we act as though we can instantly exchange one for the other ... Exerting yourself at a task that is serious and rewarding can still be quite fun, but doing something fun because you have a neurotic need to pack your life full of un is pretty much a guarantee that any long-term benefits you derive will be entirely happenstance. — Anthony D. Ravenscroft
Work Benefits Sayings By Robert M. La Follette, Sr.: Publicity, discussion, and agitation are necessary to accomplish any work of lasting benefit. Publicity, discussion, and agitation are necessary to accomplish any work of lasting benefit. — Robert M. La Follette, Sr.
Work Benefits Sayings By Edmund Phelps: When public spending in the form of transfer payments makes various services and benefits free When public spending in the form of transfer payments makes various services and benefits free of charge, work is discouraged. Yet it is precisely Social Security that legislators fear to cut. — Edmund Phelps
Work Benefits Sayings By Swami Vivekananda: All the work you do, is done for your own salvation, is done for your All the work you do, is done for your own salvation, is done for your own benefit. — Swami Vivekananda
Work Benefits Sayings By Milton Friedman: That's an interesting paradox to think about. Make it legal and it's no good. Why? That's an interesting paradox to think about. Make it legal and it's no good. Why? Because as long as it's illegal the people who come in do not qualify for welfare, they don't qualify for social security, they don't qualify for the other myriad of benefits that we pour out from our left pocket to our right pocket. So long as they don't qualify they migrate to jobs. They take jobs that most residents of this country are unwilling to take. They provide employers with the kind of workers that they cannot get. They're hard workers, they're good workers, and they are clearly better off. — Milton Friedman
Work Benefits Sayings By Henry Ford: He who would really benefit mankind must reach them through their work. He who would really benefit mankind must reach them through their work. — Henry Ford
Work Benefits Sayings By Ann Coulter: For decades now, the Democrats have had a good gig buying the votes of government For decades now, the Democrats have had a good gig buying the votes of government workers with outrageous salaries, benefits and work rules - and then sticking productive earners with the bill. But, now, we're out of money. — Ann Coulter
Work Benefits Sayings By Christine Gregoire: I want to work on respecting individuals' dignity. Equal rights, that's where my heart is. I want to work on respecting individuals' dignity. Equal rights, that's where my heart is. That means equal rights and benefits, and that's what we need. — Christine Gregoire
Work Benefits Sayings By Tsai Ing-wen: We will work toward maintaining the status quo for peace and stability across the Taiwan We will work toward maintaining the status quo for peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait in order to bring the greatest benefits and well-being to the Taiwanese people. — Tsai Ing-wen
Work Benefits Sayings By Fred Upton: It's critical - that the people that are benefiting today from Medicare and Social Security It's critical - that the people that are benefiting today from Medicare and Social Security that they not see benefit reductions. It's awfully hard to tell someone who might be 82, that they've gotta go back to work, because their benefits are gonna be chopped. That's not gonna happen. — Fred Upton
Work Benefits Sayings By Simon Sinek: The bad leaders are the ones that push hard so they can gain, who brow The bad leaders are the ones that push hard so they can gain, who brow beat us so that they can receive the benefit of our hard work, not so we can enjoy the success — Simon Sinek
Work Benefits Sayings By Joss Stone: There are people in England that claim benefits because they are too nervous to work, There are people in England that claim benefits because they are too nervous to work, so they claim their benefits for anxiety and never have to go out side there free home. — Joss Stone
Work Benefits Sayings By Colby Mitchell Chester: The American business man cannot consider his work done when he views the income balance The American business man cannot consider his work done when he views the income balance in black at the end of an accounting period. It is necessary for him to trace the social incidence of the figures that appear in his statement and prove to the general public that his management has not only been profitable in the accounting sense but salutary in terms of popular benefits. — Colby Mitchell Chester
Work Benefits Sayings By Theresa May: Reducing net E.U. migration need not mean undermining the principle of free movement. When it Reducing net E.U. migration need not mean undermining the principle of free movement. When it was first enshrined, free movement meant the freedom to move to a job, not the freedom to cross borders to look for work or claim benefits. — Theresa May
Work Benefits Sayings By Anthony Bourdain: Cooking is work that is traditionally done by working-class people. The work itself is not Cooking is work that is traditionally done by working-class people. The work itself is not glamorous. It's repetitive, and it's a lot closer to factory work than art, whatever level you're doing it at. Certainly chefs are used to living like rock 'n' rollers to some extent, inasmuch as we get a lot of those fringe benefits without having to learn how to play guitar. — Anthony Bourdain
Work Benefits Sayings By Andy Stern: Unions have been the best anti-poverty program that actually worked and did not cost the Unions have been the best anti-poverty program that actually worked and did not cost the government a dime. But as unions grow smaller- not stronger- our ability to act as an economic mechanism to distribute the gains of our work and raise all workers' wages and benefits up is disappearing. — Andy Stern
Work Benefits Sayings By Mike Huckabee: The health care system is really designed to reward you for being unhealthy. If you The health care system is really designed to reward you for being unhealthy. If you are a healthy person and work hard to be healthy, there are no benefits. — Mike Huckabee
Work Benefits Sayings By Nomi Prins: Imagine a country where the majority of the population reaps the majority of the benefits Imagine a country where the majority of the population reaps the majority of the benefits for their hard work, creative ingenuity, and collaborative efforts. Imagine a country where corporate losses arent socialized, while gains are captured by an exclusive minority. Imagine a country run as a democracy, from the bottom up, not a plutocracy from the top down. Richard Wolff not only imagines it, but in his compelling, captivating and stunningly reasoned new book, Democracy at Work, he details how we get there from here - and why we absolutely must. — Nomi Prins
Work Benefits Sayings By Anthony Padilla: At the beginning, there was this competitive vibe, like, 'Oh, we've got to compete for At the beginning, there was this competitive vibe, like, 'Oh, we've got to compete for this audience.' But then, over the next few years afterwards, everyone on YouTube realized the more we work together, the more we collaborate, it just benefits everyone. It just became a really friendly community. — Anthony Padilla