These are the final results from the What I Learned From the World of Work group writing project.

Teacher's Apple

Learning the Easy Way

Most people I know would agree that the easiest way to learn something is by doing it. But is this learning by the seat of your pants really the best way? Wouldn't you rather learn first and then avoid making the same mistakes that someone else has already made? That's where this list comes in.

The Results

What I Learned from…

…My First Job, by Pete Aldin at Great Circle

…Working at a Startup, by Alex at Brick Blogging

…The World of Work, by Troy Worman at orbitnow!

…Writing at Work, by Joanna Young at Confident Writing

…Working in a Bar, by Genesis at the At Home Mom Blog

…Unemployment, by Markk at My Opinions are Important

Working for the Government, by Lillie Ammann at A Writer's Words

a power-cut, by Karin at The Kiss Business Two

Blogging on Real Estate, by Michael Chantrel at MortgageGuide101

…Roofing Houses, by Nic Darling at Marketing Neophyte

an Unscheduled Trip to Cleveland, by Mike DeWitt at Spooky Action

the Corporate World, by Laura Spencer at WritingThoughts

Work, by Bob Glaza at One Reader at a Time

Working at a Larger Company, by Jim Estill at CEO Blog – Time Leadership

Homer Simpson About Jobs, by Jacob Share at JobMob

…a School Student About Business and People, by Yvonne Russell at Grow Your Writing Business

From Industrial Cleaning, by Benjamin Penfold-Marwick at Hello Internet

…a Manlift, by Robert Hruzek at Middle Zone Musings

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Jacob Share

Job Search Expert, Professional Blogger, Creative Thinker, Community Builder with a sense of humor. I like to help people.

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Bob Glaza

    Thanks for spreading and sharing these great work stories, Jacob – Homer Simpson can now be viewed as an inspiration 🙂

  2. Jacob Share

    You know, Homer has probably been one of the top inspirations of the past 18 seasons. Not sure if that’s a good thing though 🙂

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