A reporter recently contacted me for a quote about things never to say at work. She expected me to say something like, “You look sexy in that suit” or “The boss’ husband is a beefcake,” but I offered two less obvious examples:
I listened as a fellow professional described how he links customer experience success to his employee’s experience success; that unless his employee experience is thriving at work, his customers’ experience cannot be expected to thrive either.
The biggest difference I can find between GenXers (born 1965-1979) and my Millennial peers (born 1980-2000) is our overall level of self-reliance and resourcefulness (the kind that goes beyond Googling the answer).
Finally, a secret shared and a mystery solved. The biscuit-making people have added a seemingly obscure piece of information to their packaging about why you should place biscuits next to each other: "To make the biscuits rise", it now clarifies. Thank goodness.
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