I just laughed when I first read this but then I thought
well don't Tell em'!.....
If people are so stupid they have to read this article to notice that something is wrong with they're job then they should probably be there? In
they're little cubicle.. calling my house at dinner time. Yeah, thats where you belong if you signed on for it. Just do it and I'll hang up on ya and
we can go on with our lives..
Now for those of us above this form of slavery we call "work" in Amerika, this is kindof funny. Number 2 would have tipped me wrong from the get-go.
2. Employees are robotic drones.
When individual personalities are shut down and everyone interacts on a safe, inside-the-box level, you won’t see a lot of energy or passion
and you won’t get out-of-the-box ideas, Kuske says. This is another toxic attitude that can spread easily and it is also a good early warning sign
for yourself. If you find yourself acting this way, it's a signal something is wrong. “To be creative, the first thing you’ve got to build in any
business is trust: Trust that you can put yourself out there, and trust in your fellow worker,” he says. “Otherwise people keep all those ideas to
Did you read it?
Trust! Trust your co-workers. Trust your boss. Trust yourself, mmhmm, wise. Trust the fax machine. No need to question, just have faith! The system
That is how you are recommended to resolve the conflict of "your co-workers being robotic drones
Well in case you don't lets refer back to the list shall we.
You may expect me to go down the list from here, no need! Its all trash!
#1 Sign that your in a toxic
office. (I feel like David Letterman)
Everyone there behaves with caution.
Did I misread?
Wouldn't that be the #1 sign that your working on the metal frame of a high rise that builds
If the people you work with watch carefully what they say, restrain how they act, or are cagey about what they share, “that should tell you
there’s something wrong,” Kuske says. Ask yourself, do you feel you have to hold back instead of being honest in meetings and office
conversations? People are more creative and innovative when they can be themselves at work, he says. A stuffy, stifling work environment stands in the
way of progress. And a lack of trust and an overly cautious attitude rubs off easily, making it more likely you will act the same way. “Everybody
and the business will benefit by being able to be more comfortable in their own skin at work.”
Basically folks, you will experience the above in any
job you work. Usually comes in one way or another of the aforementioned above. It says "A
stuffy, stifling work environment stands in the way of progress.". What it doesn't say is we have known this forever
and still keep stuffing
you mindless worms into cubicles because we don't care
. They don't care about you
I hope some of you get something out of this. I will not work a 9-5 anymore. I don't dread my Mondays or work-life period, I just figured out what it
is I enjoy doing and get by on that. I like archeology and ancient history and there are plenty of people around that will allow me to dig up they're
back yard. I couldn't recommend it to someone with a large family to feed but could certainly recommend it to a single person.
Being happy with what you do is much more important than what you take home at the end of the week. As long as you can keep the basic necessities
theres really no reason to not
follow your dreams. The things you own that keep you in the mainstream are sold to you with the same tactics as
this article shows. The lower the job %'s are the better an economic collapse looks...
Anyway, I just wanted to share this stupid
article. If they're telling you this then do the opposite! Stick with your cubicle job? Whatever you
do though, don't trust these people. There is an agenda pushing this.. like most things.
edit on 1-4-2013 by 1/2 Nephilim because: (no reason