In Corporate America, there will be days people tell you things you don’t want to hear, things you don’t quite understand, things THEY don’t quite understand. So when FOOLISHNESS comes upon you, it’s imperative you develop a good poker face. A poker face keeps your enemy unknowing, unable to tell your trigger points and set traps.

Exhibit A: I know I’m crazy. I know I’m liable to hop off a chair if someone says something stupid to me. So when I gave the big guy a heads up about a foreseen issue arising and notified him… it’s about to go down… He knew to maintain the element of surprise. When we got to the meeting and he saw the FOOLISHNESS for himself, he sat back… and gave me the POKER FACE. You see, a poker face tells your counter part you ready for battle. The boxing maneuver is set, and the enemy is forced into a choke point where the objective is to shock and awe, while maintaining air superiority (lol). Needless to say, the enemy didn’t stand a chance with us in that meeting. Plus, it doesn’t suck when the boss has the same mentality you do and wins without fighting. But isn’t that always the goal? #BossMoves #ThisisChessNotCheckersBoo #ArtofWar

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