The Symbols
Might Mean
Effort: hard work, labor, group effort, working through obstacles, constructiveness, eagerness, making progress, little by little, persistence, staying on track, workaholic
Achievement: goals, accomplishments, results, benefit to others,  completion, getting the job done
Productivity: performance, providing, realizing, producing, staying busy, making something, building
For Example
Movie Clips & Videos:

Get a job! – The Big Lebowski

Internship – The Pursuit of Happiness

Too many extra-curricular activities – Dead Poets Society

Podcasts: 
Overboard (This American Life),
BS Jobs: How Meaningless Work Wears Us Down (Hidden Brain),
Build Grit with a Personal Project (Creative Pep Talk),
The Fiery Furnace of Ambition
Vocation: Answering the Call ​​​(This Jungian Life)
The fading of liminal stages in exchange for liminoid experiences is marked by the shift in culture from tribal and agrarian to modern and industrial. In these societies, work and play are entirely separate whereas in more archaic societies, they are nearly indistinguishable. In the past play was interwoven with the nature of work as symbolic gestures and rites in order to promote fertility, abundance, and the passage of certain liminal phases; thus, work and play are inseparable and often dependent on social rites.

The road to success – Alan Watts

"We're so engaged in doing things to achieve purposes of outer value, that we forget that the inner value, the rapture that's associated with being alive is what it's all about."
– Joseph Campbell, The Power of Myth
Tarot: The Magician
Mythology:  Osiris Myth, Isis, Capricorn
Alchemy: Women's Work (Splendor Solis)
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