It’s not about you, it’s about me

Funny how that works. We get so caught up in our own lives that we forget to think of others before ourselves – and vice versa. Being team lead, you have to look after your people first, but some days, like yesterday, you just want to be left alone to lick your wounds and not worry about others seemingly trivial BS (not trivial to them of course, but it is a matter of perspective).

Like really, someone sends you an email from another office, then comes over and asks if you have gotten yet and have looked at it. Of course i will drop everything else just to read your email, after all, i work at McDonalds and only exist to serve your immediate wants [sarcasm of course, my coworker had to leave on a trip and needed confirmation of receipt before they left – perspective right?]

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