Bryn Donovan gives us all ideas on how to handle a day that didn’t start too well. Thank you Bryn.
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately about how to restart a bad day. Because if you’re like me, sometimes you get a day that’s not going your way, and by lunchtime you’re thinking, “Ugh. Today is awful. Maybe tomorrow will be better.”
I know this is faulty thinking. Yes, a good night’s sleep can lead to a better frame of mind, and the dawn is a universal symbol for a fresh start.
But sometimes, I’m giving up on the present day too easily. A bad morning doesn’t mean the afternoon is a lost cause, and a bad day doesn’t mean I have to have a bad night.
I’ve done some thinking about how to make a bad day better…things that have helped me start the day over, even if morning is long past. Maybe some of these will help reboot your day, too.
The Management demanded an immediate investigation about whether or not the company has to take responsibility for the baby.
After four weeks the board of inquiry delivered their report which was immediately published:
After an intensive investigation, our board of inquiry decided the baby that has been left on our company doorstep is not a product of our company.
1. In our company nothing has ever been done with passion and love
2. In our company, nothing that made any sense was ever produced.
3. In our company, nobody has ever worked together that closely.
4. In our company, no project was ever completed after nine months.