‘If I ever offended you, tell your parents they raised a P****’

I quit my job because of my boss.

I couldn’t stand her. She was like a street cat raised up by eating from trash cans and sleeping with all other homeless male cats. She was so illiterate and ignorant. She didn’t know nothing about social, professional or verbal skills.

She would hardly ever approach her team or at the least say Good morning. She’d give you the look that would say ‘I own the world and you and you are nothing but a slave I feel rewarded bossing around.’

She would invest at least an hour in front of the mirror each morning painting her face with make up. She would ask her mirror ‘how much more beautiful I am today than the day before?’

She was a little snake.

I hated the way she walks, talks, looks, I simply hated every thing about her. I would get stressed from the minute I switch my computer on until lunch time then back again until finish time.

Thanks to her I would run 5 kms a day during lunch as fast as I could.

I was so angry that I wanted to release all the stress in running and it worked.

The only person to blame from this experience is not my boss. It’s simply me, myself.

I saw a quote once that read something like ‘if I ever offended you, tell your parents that they raised a pussy’

There was a time in my life back in 2010 where I would never get angry or stressed. No matter what happens, I would have the time of my life.

The reason was, I simply never cared about how people would treat me or look at me or speak to me. I would just pretend I was listening, nod and say sure.

I only cared about the people who know me best like my girl friend, close friends, family and colleagues.

When you only care about what those people think of you and no one else, you will feel your best.

Never give your time to people who don’t deserve it.

Invest your most precious asset ‘time’ on yourself and the ones you love even if it means quitting your job.

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