Thinking about privileges disguised as duties, a whole host of items might come to mind.
Our perspective on our routine determines how we consider many activities. Courtesy visits to established clients or elderly relatives may appear as regular events yet they provide structure to the week. And if they stop, for whatever reasons, we could discover the extent to which they were privileges disguised as duties.
In a similar fashion, the daily interaction we have with colleagues, clients, friends and family can also be viewed as being privileges disguised as duties. What at first appears as a ‘normal’ occurrence is soon missed when cancelled as a result of a change of circumstances and so forth.
Other examples of privileges disguised as duties are specific to your life. Appreciating them today, in many respects, will go a long way to making the week seem more manageable and maybe, just maybe, add a new dimension to your outlook on life.
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Brian Groves DipM MCIM Chartered Marketer, Coach, Trainer and Author, supplies professional and personal development to a portfolio of corporate and individual clients.
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