So, I haven’t written in a while. There are a few reasons.
1. I have no “me” time. What I mean by “me” time is time to myself to write – not “me” time, like time set aside to do things alone, like maturbate, because after all, we all make time for that, right? Wait, no? Ummmm – awkward.
2. I am a total slacker. And I mean that in the true sense of the word. Slacker – she who slacks. She who does not give two shits by the time she gets home from work and takes off her bra.
3. I am basically talking to myself, so who cares? See, I am still “under the radar” – or more clearly, hiding my blog from those who know me, so basically I don’t want anyone to read my shit because I can’t take the pressure.
Anyhoo – I have something to say, and so I’m saying it. I am a f’ing genius. Yep, toot toot (that’s me tooting my horn, and not farting, which is just gross).
See, I participate on this team at work who advise the President. Not the actual President, folks – I’m not THAT important. The President of the company I work for. And today, this team met, and let me just say – this team is compiled of the “chosen few” who are considered top notch, but in general, they are all followers, or overworked, or something, because they don’t have a unique idea among them all. Today, our task was employee morale and improving the culture of our company. AND I have decided that I will move mountains with my “out of the box” thinking.
How, you ask? And by you, I mean ME, because remember I am talking to myself. I am going to propose to the President that HE knows nothing about how real people do their jobs. And I am going to make him agree with me.
Case in point – Undercover Boss. Yes, the reality show. DUDE, that shit is amazing. For and because of specific copywrite and trademark laws, I am NOT going that direction, but it did insprire me to come up with the most awesome idea, which I plan to present and sell.
How do you become a #1 company? By understanding the full life cycle of how you do business. I will be telling my President that HE needs to walk in the shoes of the hourly employee. And that his direct reports need to do the same. And that everyone that has a VP title of higher needs to take 4 hours out of their day to go back in time and do real work. Not to get their hands dirty, but to connect with the average employee – to become more real, to remember where they came from.
OR, I might get fired. I’ll let you know. Silver lining – if I get fired, I’ll have lots more time to blog.
Someone shut me up!!!!