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When does good work start to suck?

Good work sucks when things become a constant drill, a constant firefight. It can happen in any knowledge work, even in a role you used to love. Good work almost always goes bad for these reasons: Not enough people.Not enough resources.And because of the silent good work killer,

When does good work start to suck?
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Gruntwork may be the best work.

The act of making things can at times feel like grunt work. Work can especially feel like grunt work when we repeat the same things. For example, writing unique documentation for a different client that largely resembles the last one certainly feels repetitive. For some of us, it may be

Gruntwork may be the best work.
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What do you do?

What do any of us do? The most obvious answer to what we do, for many of us, is that we do what we can and what circumstances and opportunities permit. For example, I started working at a young age as a busboy because my family needed my help, and

What do you do?