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> Until you're a manager, blindly
> following rules or talking with your
> supervisor about your concerns are all
> you've legitimately got.
Yep. Then when you're a manager you blindly create the
Seriously, I question everything I don't understand; I
don't blindly follow any rule that doesn't make sense.
It's a very stupid practice, and one that will get you
nowhere. Ask questions and take the initiative to do
things outside the box when it makes sense to do so.
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