Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people Colossians 3:23
Focusing on who you work for will bring tremendous results. For example, I am in management and have 12 employees in my department. 11 employees are very unhappy and, honestly, spend alot of their time and energy not being productive. One of my employees has the reputation throughout the company as one of the best. He is hard working and does not complain. What is the difference in the employees? One is a Christian who works as unto the Lord, the others work for man.
When someone looks to a company for fulfillment, there is going to be disappointment. Our company is made up of imperfect individuals who, literally should never be in a position of making anyone else happy or content. It simply doesn't work that way. When one is born again and looks to God for everything, then that person can throw themselves completely into whatever task is at hand because the task is no longer menial, something that you have to do in order to get your paycheck. It is an opportunity to serve Him, develop Christ like character and to rejoice in the Lord. You are governed by His Spirit rather than ruled by flesh; yours and your employer's.