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I have to admit, I am not a perfect human being, and that's because I hate imperfections. Get it? I think that there are too many flaws in people. Laugh out loud now, because this post will be very contradicting. Really, it might as well be my confession.
I know some folks who feel the same way about “perfection” as I do. You could put us all in the same boat and we would be the “perfect float.”
Getting back to being perfect. I work with someone who is incredibly annoying! Just seeing her name pop up in my inbox has me holding up the holy cross in order to get through. Every time I have to deal with this person, I just want to shout in her face: “you are an idiot and a pain, and I can’t stand you!”
Yes, I have some anger towards her. You think? You're right, I do. I can placed it to the moment of our first meeting when “shit-face” kept yelling out loud how “she didn’t understand why this and that.” Because she knows everything. She questioned my good intentions and misinterpreted everything I said to be against her suggestions. Accusing me of saying something I didn’t, kept going on about her “mistaken” views, and made sure I couldn't get a word in. She thinks she is perfect. In the meanwhile, I sat back, stunned and speechless. I had no idea how the conversation had turned out so differently than intended. Do you know what this type of conversation is called?
Since then, I proved her wrong again and again, showed her I have talent and knowledge, and I don’t just get by with a big mouth like hers. I’ve earned her respect now, and the bitch comes to me with more than sweetness every time when she needs something, even when she doesn’t need it.
Today, when I was thinking about writing this post – I received an email of hers eluding to her last day. I was flying on the seventh cloud for a second – and demanded verification right away. Come to find out she meant it was her last day to a long vacation…well that sucked! My life would be so peaceful without her loud mouth.
Alright so that was very emotional, but it does have a happy ending. I have trained myself so that every time I see her, hear her name, or have to deal with her, “I”, treat her nice intentionally. I would slow down to get into my actress mode and pretend she is a good friend. I would get through my dealing with her as quickly as possible, yet always making sure she leaves my company happy and satisfied. There you see, I am perfect! Damn it!
Here are Self Sagacity's Thursday Two Questions #80
1) Did you know that being loud and talkative can earn you big money?
2) Did you know you can bluff (as long as you speak well) and sound like an expert?
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