1) All behavior is action.
So, if a person decides to continue to do the same thing (e.g., go to their same job), that is action.
2) Deciding not to do anything differently is a decision.
3) Perception is a reality.
If a person perceives that they hate their job, I accept that conclusion. I will not ask why. Sometimes when people start to explain why they feel the way they do they recognize that their feelings may be rooted in a lack of larger appreciation of their good fortune (e.g., an executive who earns over $100,000 USD per year does not compare their situation to a person trapped in a civil war or famine).
The process of self-examination and assessment of whether or not we “hate” our jobs or we actually “hate” ourselves is [...]