|Main : WorkNot My Boss (by: Melissa Knapp)|
I've heard the phrase "All boss's are jerks" several times through out my life. Granted I've agreed with that statement once or twice during my working years. But over all that is not how I feel about my present boss.
Place to Stand, A (by: Dr. Charles Garfield)
If you have ever gone through a toll booth, you know that your relationship to the person in the booth is not the most intimate you'll ever have.
Real Time (by: James L. Wilson)
Wearing a fresh shine on his shoes, a suit his wife gave him on graduation day and a determined look on his face, Brian stood outside his new office. It wasn't the corner office, but it looked pretty good to him.
Rebellion Against the Stomach, The (by: Author Unknown)
Once a man had a dream in which his hands and feet and mouth and brain all began to rebel against his stomach.
Secret of an Efficient Secretary, The (by: Author Unknown)
Arnold Bennett, the British novelist, had a publisher who boasted about the extraordinary efficiency of his secretary. One day while visiting the publisher's office, Bennett asked her: "Your boss claims you're extremely efficient. What's your secret?"
Take a Stand (by: Denis Waitley)
Jackie Robinson made history when he became the first black baseball player to break into the major leagues by joining the Brooklyn Dodgers. Branch Rickey, owner of the Dodgers at that time, told Robinson, "It'll be tough. You're going to take abuse you never dreamed of. But if you're willing to try, I'll back you all the way."
Ten-Cent Idea, A (by: Author Unknown)
When young F. W. Woolworth was a store clerk, he tried to convince his boss to have a ten-cent sale to reduce inventory. The boss agreed, and the idea was a resounding success.
That's Not My Job (by: Author Unknown)
This's a story about four people: Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody.
The 333 Story (by: Bob Proctor)
I was doing a weekend seminar at the Deerhurst Lodge, north of Toronto. On Friday night a tornado swept through a town north of us called Barrie, killing dozens of people and doing millions of dollars worth of damage. Sunday night, as I was coming home, I stopped the car when I got to Barrie. I got out on the side of the highway and looked around. It was a mess. Everywhere I looked there were smashed houses and cars turned upside down.
True Leader, A (by: Martin L. Johnson)
A few years ago, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, where I was employed, purchased Norand Corporation. Pioneer's sales representatives in the field used Norand hand-held terminals to upload daily sales information and download new price and sales incentive information.
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