posted on Aug, 9 2020 @ 08:56 AM
I hate politics/politicians and normally ignore anything about it, but lately with most articles politicizing the covid19 pandemic I am totally
dumbstruck by some and the way they use the social platforms. It is not a place for a quick brainwave, tantrum or threat (sit down and think it
A fast brain get misunderstood, you will only damage yourself because every word you utters will in any case be turned to have a different
meaning/context by opponents.
When I started out in life I had this highly intelligent manager believing in this type style where no subordinate must knew where they stand with
him. To achieve this he did the following:
We worked over a large area in different towns. He would then sneak-up on someone without forewarning (like a thief).
Anyone caught while busy working was asked and drilled on the specific subject they were busy with until they could answer no more (he’s written
knowledge was unequaled). You then get the standard degrading speech of not interested enough in your job to better yourself in life.
If caught doing something private he would start a friendly discussion, suggesting ideas without a hint of negativity.
Example: One Friday I was planning to leave early going home visiting my girlfriend. He caught me washing my car at around 11 am.
I was asked about the plus points of my car (Alfa Giulietta) and complimented on how I looked after it. After about a 15 min visit he said “Let me
go, you probability are on your way home for the weekend and want to leave early – Bye, have a nice weekend”
The favorite story among the subordinates was: A worker that took a gap on a pay Friday and dived into a bar for a quick drink. In walked the manager
buying a whiskey and talk about everything but the job. He even offered and bought the guy a drink.
That Monday the worker was phoned by the second in charge who got a head rub because he was drinking with the boss during working hours.
edit on 1C202020-08-09T09:14:23-05:00SundayAmerica/Chicago2 by ICycle2 because: Mistake