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Attitude + Work Ethic = Progress?

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Beware most of those that have been the managerial darlings when their managerial protectors leave them behind and move on. That is when the parasites feel most vulnerable and will attempt to steer all attention away from their own incompetence and point out every mistake of other employees. You can only hope the new managers will see through the facade.

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As long as you can keep a "Low profile" attitude you should be allright .. Don't take any space ,let it take you ..

 

And if you spot a Rat, do what ever it takes to avoid it .. Give it some time , the chance to hit him in the balls will eventually show up ..

 

Don't be a "RAT" yourself and remember, there is some very good poeple existing out there , it just take time to built trust ..

 

Best of luck ! ;)

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I almost hate to add to this negativity-fest, but what the he11.

 

1. Advice I have given before: Know your job, and do it well. Do not spend every day trying to do the next job in your career plan. It will come if today's job gets done well.

 

If you are a 100-hr pilot waiting to fly, don't tell everyone every day how bad you want to fly. They know. Just do your work well.

 

2. Best advice I've received but seem unable to ever follow myself:

 

Head down, a$$ up, graze in the middle of the herd!

 

Good luck

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Do you have a story you would like to share Knuckedragger? LOL

 

I would never share a story. Just offering a perspective not native to this industry but noticeable. Sharing the story wouldn't help anyone.

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One thing to keep in mind, it also takes time. Do not expect to put in a year or two and get the world handed to you. It may take 5 years of dedication before there is real recognition. Remember lots of pilots have been with there employers for many many years.

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It also takes time! Many pilots put in 5 or more years working hard for their employer before there is promotion or recognition.

 

and in some cases........anal_lube.jpg

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Took that picture in your boyfriend's pharmacy did you ? :P

Busted! :huh:

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