The Day Everything Went Wrong

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The Day Everything Went Wrong!

Where do I begin? I woke up early feeling refreshed. I had completed my morning workout and routine. I thought this would be the best day ever, but at a blink of an eye everything started changing for the worst. Even though we have bad day everyday is a learning experience. On the morning of November 23, 2010, I’m very excited that it’s my anniversary on my job. Around 7:45 a.m. this morning I received a disturbing call from my special friend. The first thing that I noticed was that she had a negative attitude toward me. I had no clue of what was going on. Her attitude was so negative that it started ruining my morning. While I was talking to her, I was on my way out the door to my car. I get to my car, and it would not start. After played with my car for fifteen minutes, it finally started now I’m late for work. Now I have to fight this morning rush hour traffic to get to work. As I’m driving, I’m puzzled about what was all the negative energy that, I receive from my special friend about. Trying my best not to let this get me down, which at this point it has. I’m a person, where I don’t like to have people mad at me. When I got to work, my supervisor is fussing because I’m late. At this point, I feeling here come more bullshit that I really don’t need right now. My supervisor and I have been at each other for a few months now. I’m a laid back person easily to get along with. So if you take the time to sit and, have a conversation we can resolve the problem with a rational solution. So on this day, he confronted me in front of several of my co-workers, and with the morning going as it have I lost my cool. I politely gave him a place of my mind that morning and anyway else that had everything to say at that time. My supervisor is a person who feels that it’s cool to make his employee feels uncomfortable by confronting them in public. He feels that embarrassing them in front of people would get you to do better. I gave him a...
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