Having fun may be an outcome of doing meaningful work or could be actively encouraged by managers, but as a goal in itself, it is no substitute for meaningful work.


Tracey Brower  writing for Fast Company Magazine, makes these points:
  • Fun, with its release of neurochemicals, tends to give superficial pleasures at work
  • Having fun is fine, but it is not the primary goal that you should be focussing on.
  • Working on something that matters, such as work-related Problem-solving, might be more fulfilling.


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