- Be the most positive person you know even if your situation is dire.
- Arrive before everyone, leave last.
- Turn hurt feelings or lack of appreciation into fuel you can spend on earning your next opportunity (somewhere).
- Report abuse no matter what the repercussions – stand up for you, defend boundaries it builds self-esteem.
- Be aware of those around you who may also be demotivated in a tough workplace and be mindful not to catch their disease.
Some of the best jobs follow dealing with some of the worst.
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