By k | January 22, 2014 - 6:00 am - Posted in New Business Development

Some people will tell you
to never be in a bad mood at work.
Bad moods don’t benefit anyone.
Learn how to snap out of it.

I’m not some people.

Bad moods happen.
(hopefully, not too often
but they happen)
To expect to be in a good mood
24/7 is unrealistic.

Bad moods are also beneficial.
When I’m in a bad mood,
I’m super-critical
of everyone and everything,
including my own writing.
My best revisions and edits
have been completed
while I’ve been in bad moods.

The key is
a) to know when you’re in a bad mood
b) to know what you do best
while in a bad mood
c) to know what NOT to do
while in a bad mood
(deal with customers, employees, etc)

You’re human.
Cut yourself some slack.
Bad moods happen.

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