Karim Soliman

Do you do your “Job”​ or do your “Tasks”​?

As you know, the “job” consists of many “tasks,” so you may feel satisfied when you finish your tasks… but your work/job might be still in progress.
I’m not talking about spending extra hours at work, or make more effort in what you are doing,
I’m talking about achieving the goal that you asked to do.

For example, if your goal is to make a “Birthday Cake,” and you have no idea what you are going to do, even if it’s your first time in the kitchen.

Your tasks will be:
– You have to plan what you are going to do.
Making a cake for nine years old girl is very different from making a cake for a 24 years old boy, as he might not love the “My Little Pony” cake.

– Searching for the Right ingredients, and make sure you have them all.
You don’t want to be in the middle of the process and realize you are missing the eggs or the milk.

– Watching YouTube videos to be sure that you will follow the instructions as described.

If you finish all the tasks, and the cake is ready… congratulation, you did it. Even if the cake isn’t delicious, don’t worry, you will be fantastic over time.

But if you miss one ingredient, or if you left the cake in the oven too long… you did your tasks, but you didn’t do the job.

And no one gets any extra step/recognition without finishing his job.