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Being A Bad Boss Is Like Being A Bad Friend, Here’s The Proof

Being A Bad Boss Is Like Being A Bad Friend, Here’s The Proof

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    We’ve all experienced working for a bad boss at least once. That one time was probably enough for you to learn your lesson not to lower your expectations for your future jobs. Or was it?

    If you’re still wondering why you shouldn’t tolerate a bad boss, check out the infographic above. A bad friend is just like a bad boss- and like most people, you probably don’t like spending time hanging around people who treat you unfairly. So instead of making excuses to stay in a job that you feel is the source of your negative mindset at the end of the day or week, why not look for other opportunities?

    Just remember, it only takes one bad apple to ruin the whole batch. If that bad apple is your boss, then it’s time to revamp that resume and look for greener pastures.

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    Published on September 8, 2019

    The Lifehack Show Episode 7: Following Your Calling

    The Lifehack Show Episode 7: Following Your Calling

    In this episode, Joseph Wilner, licensed clinical psychotherapist and certified life-coach, talks about finding and fulfilling your calling in life. Joseph blends his passion of music, and following his dreams of being a drummer, with his expertise in psychology to help people live a more intentional and meaningful life.

    Joseph believes everyone has a calling, or several callings, where their passions and strengths can merge to create a successful life of contribution and significance.

     

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      Episode 7: Following Your Calling

      Also available on Apple Podcasts and YouTube.

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