Most days you will feel that you are not enough And even if you absolutely love what you’re doing, there will still be days when you feel that you’re not enough, especially if you’re working with driven, competitive, and highly talented people.
Working from home sounds like a dream. Stroll to your desk after your favorite morning talk show and work in your favorite yoga pants and bunny slippers, and then take leisurely lunch hours at the local coffee house.
When we don’t live up to our own self imposed expectations we can often feel ashamed.
Why would you pee on the carpet on your first day?
It was the first thing he asked me in the interview: “You can get salad, right?”
“I am not working for you; I’m working for the money.” “I’m clocked out.” “How many minutes until this work day is done?” “I partied a little too hard last night.” “I just assumed that…” “I promise to do that.”…
Can you coat yourself in bullshit repellent to the point where the poison can’t get in and still get the job done?
I sent him a photo of the skirt and he responded, “shorter.”
I learned how to deal with, picky and angry clients, how to write about something I have zero prior knowledge of (hazardous waste is not exactly a popular topic) and I even sat in on planning sessions to watch an entire campaign play out.
Let’s be real: there is a lot of overlap between classroom management and office management.