Wan Phing Lim

Writer . Editor . Author

What kind of worker are you?

At the RE:UNION conference in KL last month, I heard a message about the difference between a roster worker and a vision worker.

• A roster worker is always tired, but a vision worker is always inspired.
• A roster worker waits to be told, but a vision worker initiates.
• A roster worker is always drained and demoralised, but a vision worker is always energised.
• A roster worker always feels punctured, but a vision worker is always passionate and on fire.
• A roster worker is pessimistic, but a vision worker is optimistic.
• A roster worker is half empty, but a vision worker is half full.
• A roster worker is full of complaints, but a vision worker is full of ideas.
• A roster worker copies, but a vision worker creates.
• A roster worker looks back to the last level, but a vision worker looks forward to the next level.
• A roster worker comes lates and leaves early, but a vision worker comes early and leaves late.
• A roster worker asks, “Is there somebody else?”, but a vision worker asks “Is there anything else?”
• A roster worker says, “Someone else will do it”, but a vision worker says, “If not me, then who else?”
• A roster worker is opinionated, but a vision worker is submitted.

To be continued…

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This entry was posted on July 25, 2012 by and tagged .

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