© 2010 Lynsey

149 – Don’t fret!


When warm air passes over a cold surface (in this case, Cook Strait) a fog (fret) can generate. Clearly the sea hasn’t warmed over this typical Wellington weather.

A bit like the day-to-day job really – for many people – we all want it to be warm and pleasant, and I don’t just mean temperature-wise. We want to do useful work – a right livelihood perhaps – to feel valued, and maybe even do some work that might be considered worthy. My work experience has been that often the workers – my colleagues – do a fine job, carefully considered, often with stunning skill sets. The warm sun,

It has also been my experience that as often as not the management are at the opposite end of the scale. I’m sure they have skill sets; or they wouldn’t have found their way into management at all. I also have no doubt that there are stunning managers. Somewhere. Essentially they are akin to the cold ocean.

As the two brush against each other, the inability to communicate results in fog. Fretting.

Communicate, people, communicate.

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