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What a day

It’s not like it was a bad day or anything. But it’s hard to have a good evening when you haven’t had dinner, went to church, realize you left your wallet at home in the top drawer of your nightstand because you’re trying to make sure not to spend money, and everyone is not irritated at you because you did this step. Need to go out and pick up dinner without a way to pay for it. Hunger is not easy to battle. Correction, low blood sugar is not easy to battle, combined with tiredness.

I had a very good day, actually. Apparently, my boss is in a really good noon, I hope she was anyway, and after lunch she actually got me one of my favorite drinks from sonic: powerade nerds slush, route 44 , no less. It’s hard to find really good bosses. Throughout my degree-related courses that I have been taking, I have learned that a good boss is not someone who delegate duties or manages people. A good boss, or rather a good manager, is a leader. They take up the work and do with you. They know how to do it all. For some reason if they don’t, they know who to go to to help out and learn it. A good boss, a good leader, even in the workplace will help you, as their employee, develop your full potential to the best of their ability. They do this because they care about their job, they have severely deep buy-in to the company they work at, which also means they have a deep buy-in to their employees and their coworkers, and for the people they work with. They do because they can, and they expect you to do the same. That’s what any good boss, leader, is like and for some reason very difficult to find.



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