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Yes!!! Then as follows, "Damn I hate my life" or "what is this all for". Then you get home and see your family involved in their own little problems expecting you to solve their problems and then you turn to see man's best friend sitting at the door wagging that tail with unbelievable excitement and true love gleaming all over. You know you are home.

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Transactional

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I agree with both democratic & transactional. Both management styles tend to please the employees & boost the morale. Consequently that will increase the overall efficiency.

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You need to be smart. Smart enough that you should have gone to college for a career that doesn’t break your body. You have to be able and willing to learn from people who don’t respect you. You have to spend tens of thousands of dollars on tools to get started. You have to keep buying tools your entire career.

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You have to be brave enough to do work that you won’t know how to do till you’ve done it.

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They may stain our fingers a nuclear red color but the creation of Hot Cheetos has changed the landscape of snacks in America and beyond. Did a group of executives or food chemists invent this snack powerhouse? No, it was someone with a major case of initiative. Take a break, open a bag of Hot Cheetos and listen to the incredible story of snack food history.

What's your story of success through taking initiative? #fritolay #worklife

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There are times when you hear a story and your faith in humanity is restored. Here's one that has restored my faith today, on how two people, an employee and a customer took care of each other' with one small good deed turned into a bigger one.

Have you ever done something for a customer that in return they did something amazing for you?

#foodservice #mcdonalds #worklife

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At work are you allowed to make judgement calls? Do you have a certain amount of latitude where you can make a choice on how to proceed? Listen to what this police officer says is his Too Fast judgement call. #worklife

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