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I guess thats a flaw in my career, that I like to work too much
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"I guess that's a flaw in my career, that I like to work too much"

- John Glover

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John Glover's quote talks to the idea that in some cases, working too hard can be a detriment to one's career. It suggests that he has a tendency to overwork himself, which can lead to burnout and an absence of performance. This quote also recommends that Glover knows this flaw and is trying to resolve it. He may be trying to find a balance between striving and requiring time for himself. This quote could also be interpreted as a suggestion to others to be conscious of their work-life balance. Striving is necessary, but it's also important to require time on your own and your loved ones. Glover's quote is a reminder to take care of yourself and not let work consume your life.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by John Glover somewhere between August 7, 1944 and today. He was a famous Actor from USA. The author also have 15 other quotes.

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