Are you working for money or personal development?

Question by b4contact: Are you working for money or personal development?
I define personal development in this case when the work you do is something that helps you grow as a professional and individual.
Working for money is normally when someone works something that is not necessary what you like but helps you to get your economic goals.

Best answer:

Answer by Don
I would rather work for personal development over money any day.

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Working Parents



On December 31, 2012, I nursed my two-week old son and made a single resolution: Survive the first year of parenthood. And now, just over one year later, I’m proud to say that, perhaps for the first time in my life, I stuck to my new year’s resolution.

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