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Its funny how we've turned into a nation that takes pride in things like moments we quit. Used to be the opposite. We used to pride ourselves in moments we DIDNT quit. We kept going. Got through hard times.
Now we covert things like Snooky, Kardashians & avoid obvious solutions to problems like I.D. theft because our beloved government hasn't figured out a way to make the most money with it.
We've become something really neat.
Without reading any of the above articles, My comment is that Rosie O'Donnell is a loser. She is totally disgusting, nasty, rude, cries for attention, has to be better than anyone else, THINKS she is better than anyone else, but guess what Rosie,
I've never seen so many people just brimming over with HATE who are just waiting to unleash it on the world! If you think everything in the country sucks, work to fix it. But you won't be able to start with a heart so full of HATE.
I've got to find a better place to read news!
Reading crap here and listening to the talking head left (good another repug gone) and right ( good by don't let the door hit you in the rear) I believe that we are loosing one the few people in government that has the right kind of thinking.
" we don't look at America as a whole. We look at it through the red and blue prism. . ."
LADY YOU SAID IT ALL!
I will agree with a portion of your post - I got an education and continue to learn and work hard so I don't work as a janitor again (I was a janitor to pay my way through school).
BUT - a truly good leader will know and understand what each position in the company entails. A leader should value every employee for their contribution to the company. A CEO without a base understanding of how a job functions cannot make the best decision for that department and the company.
I just started working for a company that specializes in office furniture - particularly ergonomic set-ups. We sponsor regular studies on how to improve employee satisfaction simply with the office environment. Guess what? Our overhead company has celebrated it's 100th year in business and our employees stay an average of 8 years, with some being here 20 years. It really pays to learn how people work best and aim to provide it. My pay isn't any better than my last job, but I am much happier here than I've ever been at a company before.
My husband always says-you screw up,you move up-that does seem to be the way it is in some corporations.
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