Question of the Week #93

While in the government, you discover the President is committing extortion and other serious crimes. By exposing the situation you might bring about the President's downfall, but your career would be destroyed because you would be framed, fired, and publicly humiliated on other matters. Knowing you would be vindicated five years later, would you blow … Continue reading Question of the Week #93

Where Misery Takes You

Being miserable in one's work or career can be a very dangerous place to find oneself. Because misery leads to desperation. Desperation leads to unwise, probably impulsive, decisions that could have long lasting ramifications. I know because I've been there. For nearly four years I worked as a bank teller. Describing myself as miserable during … Continue reading Where Misery Takes You

The View

My view isn't a great one. I sit at this desk and I stare at this computer. Day in and day out. This is the life I've chosen to lead. I take that back. This is the life I lead due to the choices I've made. That sounds a little more accurate. This is the … Continue reading The View

Cubicle Crush

She just sat there minding her own business. She didn't know that Alex was sitting in the cubicle across from hers, awkwardly gazing in her direction. Maybe that's because she was actually doing her job. Meanwhile, Alex leaned on his hand with a goofy expression on his face. He was like a kid in school … Continue reading Cubicle Crush