Saturday, August 15, 2009

Watching our Work!

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Anonymous said...

Very interesting post. As a pharmaceutical copywriter, I often to struggle to find meaning in what I do (let's face it: writing detail aids is not that significant!), but I do think I have productive relationships at my job. We collaborate well, and produce good results. I just need to work on the "task" part - seeing it as more than just something to be done quickly and correctly. Thanks for making me think.

Craig A. DeLarge said...

Anonymous, surely you see that detail aids play a significant role in the education of doctors as well as the proper administration of drugs, no?