Apple is suing a man that teaches people to repair their Macbooks [ORIGINAL WORKING LINK]

A job interview is literally ALL "me me me." I mean seriously, the whole point of the interview is to talk about how great you are and how wonderful of an addition you would be to the company, and maybe like 5% about how great the company is.

In management what the fuck else IS there to talk about? You're not designing or inventing shit, you're literally just telling people what to do and handling paperwork. If you went in and said "oh well really it was just everyone else who did all the work, I just checked timesheets every week" nobody will hire you.

You making them happy, made them work hard, and success followed. This isn't managing, it's daycare.

You're an idiot. Honestly, I can't put it any other way. The sentence that you put up as a "wacky, unrealistic viewpoint" is completely true and the way a truly good manager gets shit done. Happy employees are paramount to efficiency and production. Unhappy employees might be able to do the same jobs, but they will be sloppy, inconsistent and have a high turnover. If a manager can make employees happy within the normal confines and regulations of the corporate culture/policy, then he is probably a great fucking manager.

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