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Old 03-14-2011, 08:52 AM   #21
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For a while I though I was indispensible.
Didn't we all (as related to our j*bs)?

Life goes on and will do so well after we have turned to dust. It's a bit like trying to make a "hole in water" ...

While we certainly can (and should) take pride in what we have done - not only in our respective j*bs, but also in our interactions in all areas of our life, we certainly should understand that we're only "responsible" for a small part of time, since creation.
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Old 03-14-2011, 09:08 AM   #22
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Didn't this worry you that you could be replaced or that things ran smoothly without you that maybe the boss would feel that you were no longer needed and you could get laid off/fired (not the good kind) not at a time of your choosing?
My work experience was that organizations can go on autopilot for about a month before people start to drift off in errant directions. Eventually managers have to step in to keep people on track.
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