It looks as though summer is over. The first brown leaves are out and school begins in two weeks. Lisa is takingthe boys to Oaks Park for a night out and I actually get to stay home and relax for a second. Of course I am now thinking that I have to accomplish something, but..naw, I guess that I don't.
Blue skies and sunshine are pretty easy to get used to. The temp right now is about 68 and it is gorgeous....time to go out for a walk as soon as the boys get here.
Another work day of sad understaffed goals. I don't kow how to tell the chief moron that his plan is doomed for dismal failure. You don't hire a couple of good engineers and say that you have a production line for 747's. This guy seem to believe that if he demands something that he will get it...doesn't matter if it is not possible.
I begin to wonder if he is a psychopath,
"We're worshipful of top executives who seem charismatic, visionary, and tough. So long as they're lifting profits and stock prices, we're willing to overlook that they can also be callous, conning, manipulative, deceitful, verbally and psychologically abusive, remorseless, exploitative, self-delusional, irresponsible, and megalomaniacal. So we collude in the elevation of leaders who are sadly insensitive to hurting others and society at large."
By: Alan Deutschman
Is Your Boss a Psychopath?
From: Fast Company: Issue 96 | July 2005
So right now I am going to hang on to see how the show ends. We are nearly out of money, and like everything else, he is incapable of believing that there might not be someone out there who will hand us more money to throw down the garbage chute.
But, maybe he is right...the "greater fool" has showed up for the lazy C time and time again.