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Dear FriendThis is very important issue at professional level where majority ignore the value based facts while doing the duty and give top priority of their own personal issues. This culture we need to discourage as soon as possible, there is a difference between govt nationalized and private (corporate-national and multi-national both) where employee have differences in terms of work culture. It is necessary to discuss the common facts of professionalism before talking the work value of geologist individually. In general we observe that while performing the duty we carry the domestic and personal issues and share with boss, colleagues even boss is also inclined to know and interfere in our family affairs so one can monitor our entire activity and sometime it has been seen that boss issues the so cause notice based n our family issue---IT IS SO FUNNY ! We need to educate ourselves with the psycho-professionalism and should learn how to make balance with social and professional life, though it is important to be connected with family, society and national activities in day to day life but it is unhealthy exercise to bring it while performing duty. If you are doing so then the value, gravity, and focus of your professional goal gets diluted and you undergoes the observation under the category of poor performers. Once you come under such poor category then your personal and family life get disturbed even the society start to pass on the foul comments on you so be prepared mentally before joining any profession whether you are a geologist or biologist or psychologist it does not matter.
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