2. Sick days are for when you’re sick… not when you just don’t feel like showing up. Suck it up and get to work.
3. Never ask someone to do something you wouldn’t do yourself. This is especially important when you become a leader. If those working under you have seen you do every job and working hard at it they are more apt to do the same.
4. You should take pride in your work. If you bust your butt and accomplish something you should feel good about it. For example, if you work hard cleaning and rearranging your room you should want to stand in the doorway and admire your work.
5. You need a break from work. Technology is blurring the line between home and work… but as much as possible you need to separate the two.
There’s a reason I don’t forward all my work emails to my phone. I need a break. There are parts of my job that I could do from home. I try to only do them when it’s absolutely necessary.
Getting a break from work also allows you to recharge. That way when you do get back to work you can give it all you got!
SPAM email. It can be frustrating… or… you can look at it as a form of entertainment. That’s what I choose to do.
About twice a day at work I get a SPAM report listing all the emails that have been flagged. It’s lucky that now you can get Spam Filtering software to help you sort out your spam email from your normal, safe emails. It lists the sender and the subject. The subject lines are where I find a lot of humor though.
Have you ever taken the time to read the subject lines of your SPAM emails? The pills, the products, the offers!
There’s also the misspellings and bold innuendos. It’s comical. I was going to take a screenshot of the SPAM report I got today and share it here but thought better of it. This is a family friendly site and I wouldn’t want my kids to see it. It’s funny but a little crude.
I can’t imagine why anyone would click the links they offer… but I’m sure some people must because the emails keep coming.
There’s one other thing I find amusing about the SPAM report I get each day. About half the time it gets funneled into the “Junk” folder. Makes me laugh every time.
Do SPAM emails annoy you or do you laugh at them like me?