You can't fall asleep because you tell yourself that if you don't get enough sleep, you'll feel like shit all next day.
#1: The Regurgitating Cliche Ever hear a car alarm outside your bedroom window, on a hot summer night? The Regurgitating Cliche is worse than the repeated wails of a Volvo, as this office worker is at least a semi-conscious human being, with the following warning signs: Can't form an original thought. When asked a new … Continue reading 10 People I’d Rather Not Work With
In response to today's Daily Prompt, Authentic, I want to remind you everything on the internet is fake. Here's a list of three things: 1: All the News Every article, tweet, video, and opinion, paraded on sites like CNN, Fox, Yahoo!, HuffPost, and Tech Crunch, are fake. None of what you see happened in the real … Continue reading Everything on the Internet is Fake
Conditioned responses, verbal ticks managers learned in a book or taught in management school, for when you're late to work.
I don't want to be in environments that strip my soul.
It’s not like people have to prepare themselves to think, even if most of them aren’t all there in the first place.
There’s a great chance your boss’s ass is on the line when he has to gather a large group of workers to discuss ideas and solutions.
The point is: changing a word does not change its meaning. Dog shit is still dog shit. Negligent owners who don’t pick up after their dog are still inconsiderate of other people’s shoes.
The education system, which is really just a series of lectures and homework, is deliberately constructed to ensure it churns out passive workers, ready to be hired for a job instead of a future.
Why free coffee in the workplace is like free crack cocaine.