It's when you gotta play the game at work where you have to be nice and professional to people you don't like or respect. I call it the politics of dancing. In the retail world (my previous employment) I compared it to Survivor, who will get voted off this week? Who will get the immunity idol?
In my current employment it's different but still very much apart of it all. How you look on paper could be a deciding factor in your continued employment. So I gotta take all these classes that cost money to maintain my paper status and try not to speak my mind in those rare face to face or voice to voice moments. And hope their perception is good.
Perception is reality is an old retail saying. Example. If you believe your friend is pretty but everyone else thinks she's a dog. Pretty is your perception thus your reality....
got it. That is just the way the world works in any a aspect. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. and for work, I always tell people high school never ends. Its the same petty BS and cliches, people who think a title on the door somehow makes them better than everyone else. I personally will tell my higher ups that I know personally what I think about a situation, if I don't know them personally, then i have to be a little more tactful on the delivery of the same info
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