It’s funny some people go straight for the kill when they don’t like something.
Others may nitpick you to death.
Always! looking for something to henpeck at.
It comes out as you’re stupid, lazy, incompetent, and even worthless.
Why can’t you do anything right (read: the way I would do it)?
If only you would change this, that, or the other thing then it would all be better!
But even when you do manage to change this, that or the other thing–guess what? That just sparks the next round of destructive criticism and never being satisfied.
Hey, since when are you so (f*ckin) perfect?
Or as the old saying goes, “Who died and made you G-d?”
It should not be about grabbing some sadistic pleasure out of torturing other people with narcissism, judgmentalism, endless criticism and naysaying.
Instead of tearing down, let’s focus on the big picture and what success looks like.
How can everyone contribute to that vision and effort?
Customer service doesn’t mean personal servitude.
There is such a thing as being a team player, identifying when good is good enough, and driving forward rather than seeking to derail or even go backward.
Competency is not just for service providers, but for the customers. 😉
(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)