Why Is Work Important? - Doug BarrVideo / Produced by The High Calling
Doug Barr, the CEO of Goodwill Southern California, recently spoke with us about why work is important as part of our new video series "60 Seconds to Significance." Barr lists work as one of the top three most important parts of life, behind a strong faith and healthy relationships.
Watch the short video, and let us know in the comments: Why do you think work is important?
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Contributors: Doug Barr
Published by The High Calling, October 31, 2011. Image by The High Calling . Used by permission.
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