With age comes wisdom, but the timing almost never improves
Practical advice is never wasted, even if the aim is a little skewed.
@brass orchid: given the growth of over the top behaviors, that’s no longer the 100% solution. Poor behavior needs to be handled, not tolerated, and not just in restaurants.
What happens when the flow pressure increases? Fink better move over.
When one reaches that point, it’s time to put the toy aside and go find something sensible to enjoy
He carries the weight of the world on his back.
First part is excellent goal. Second part is a dream. Give me a now old fashioned 4 cup drip coffee maker, with filters and removable basket. That kind I can understand and depend on. Cute little one cups and all the flavored stuff are for people who can’t put down their digi-brains and just take a little time to build and anticipate a good cuppa.
@oldnavy: thanks for pointing that out and simultaneously lowering he level of discourse.
Expressed in slightly different form but accurate. Some companies promote based on current competence, not future competence, and they continue promoting until the employee reaches the first recognizable stages of incompetence. The person who reaches that last stage and begins to suffer from the pressure to perform beyond his/her level, has two choices: be content there with always being the last one chosen or look elsewhere.
Thanks for your empty compliment