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Telling People Off Doesn’t Work

Try almost any other approach to get what you want.

Maybe someone threatened to fire you one time. It kindles a certain rebellious flame in your chest, doesn’t it? Even if you were doing your job like an angel, you kinda wanted to start screwing up.

You considered doing so on purpose. Just to regain your agency. Or maybe you suddenly felt like…

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