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Six golden rules of office

Six golden rules of office

Now that you’ve woke up from the office cricket, it’s time to go back to work, right?

No wonder, you’d better pick a few tricks that can accompany you through the rest of your working time and all the days after that with the least effort, and let you “more leisure” in the office.

     Golden Rule 1: Always be in the bottom second position. After knowing that there is another colleague in the bottom position after knowing yourself, and to be responsible for all the mistakes in front of him, it is really an orderMan is amazed and comforted; as long as that person is not you.

Isn’t it fashionable now?

You just have to keep your penultimate position.

If you are at the bottom of the hierarchy, hurry up and implement emergency rescue to escape.

If you are already outside, be careful not to step in again.

     Golden Rule 2: Shut up when you shut up. Sometimes you suddenly find yourself in a subtle state.

When two or more people who can’t see one another’s eyes are almost in conflict with each other, you are right on the scene.

To the ears who claim to be training, they seem to be on the small side of the job.

However, you know that this is only a superficial phenomenon. The root cause is that two individuals hate each other at all.

You must overcome your desire to intervene and close your lips tightly.

Basically, whatever you say will be wrong, not because you lack solutions or social skills, but because no one likes referees at this time.

In fact, when the referee blocks the “way,” he will be put together.

In this changing interpersonal relationship “Chemical World”, please wait until the acid-base is completely neutralized, and the acid-base value returns to normal, then improve “action”.

     Golden Rule 3: Avoid completing other people’s sentences. We understand this impulse, and you want to show others how you fit into their thinking.

However, if you really agree with their thinking, then you should know that they prefer to listen to themselves.

From singing in the bath, leaving a long list of messages on your answering machine, to meeting one by one, telling the same thing five times in different ways, someone seems to never get bored with himself.

If you are smart enough, you should make them “wish.”

If you need to let others know that you are still awake, just simply say “Yes” or “Yes” from time to time.

You will be praised for being someone who will not listen and understand others, even if you are not.

Avoid trouble, difficult and expected work, and contradictions. Don’t live like a contestant who likes to challenge.

     Golden Rule # 4: Invent an easy problem. You are born with the urge to realize your own value.

But alas, you are lazy.

Therefore, your best bet is to invent a problem that is easy to solve, and to solve it, instead of looking for a real and unmanageable problem in the cold and cruel world.

What happened to you that happened to happen, or have you accidentally tried it?

Maybe it’s just a small change on a computer file you already have; or just finding ready-made census data for a particular market.

Ask your boss for assistance first, but “solve” the problem before he has a chance to respond.

In this way, you will build a reputation for being resilient, conscious, and spontaneous while expanding your minimum effort.

After filling in the “spaces” you have created delicately, you will be regarded as a special person who is motivated.

In the life of this chain store operation, you will be considered a successful chain store operator.

     Golden Rule # 5: Don’t make waves unless you are at the beach or in a ball game, otherwise, you must forget “make waves”.

At the beach, you can surf; in the ball game, you can join the cheerleading team; but in the office, you will be drowned in it.

Although there are always accidents, there is no need to “swim” at the risk of being swamped.

     Golden Rule Six: Make others think that there is another job waiting for you. In the eyes of your boss and colleagues, there will be no better performance than voluntary turnover instead of value.

That’s why you must always look like you are leaving or at least thinking about it.

The possibility of you becoming a former employee will provide you with more opportunities for salary increases, promotions, and respect, which can never be matched by hard work.

In the comfortable conversation at work, the hint that you are looking for a job is sprinkled: “Jon, do you know, I didn’t understand my value until a few days ago.”When a colleague passed your desk, at least once, he suddenly banged the phone.

As someone who seems to be moving towards a better object (anything can be), you will encounter the admiration that colleagues have never seen before.

     When this effort of yours happens to reach the highest level in the conference, if the higher-level executive is suddenly willing to offer you the same high-level job opportunity, I don’t think you need to feel particularly awkward.