An employee should work slowly so as not to get proud and consider himself a good employee. Good employees need to be driven away, because they are too complacent. Bosses need employees with flaws who can be scolded and towered over. That's why I'm telling you – don't try to be a good employee. Be yourself.
When I say that you don't know how to work, I mean that you want to be perfect. The thirst for the ideal is pride, the source of hellish suffering. Wanting to be good, you want to be perfect, to be loved. It is a thirst for love and power. It's a sin. Catch yourself on this and give up the value of being loved. Tell me: "Don't love me. It's enough that I love my job." From the thirst for perfection, you overexert yourself and risk killing the joy of work.
With big bosses, money is earned according to a very tricky formula. No one will give you money, but you have to figure out how you will take it yourself. Big bosses are tolerant. They say: "Do whatever you want, just quietly and on your own."
The meaning of the Socratic dialogue between the boss and the subordinate is for the subordinate to express his complex understanding in a simple and understandable form. There are no mistakes in the complex and it looks like a super-value. By simplifying the understanding, we will see all the mistakes and be able to come to the truth, which is simple and understandable. In addition, if the subordinate himself understands his goal, it will be more correct than building The Tower of Babel.
The employees are all very complicated and arrogant, so they don't understand each other. The goal of the manager is to simplify the information received and provide switching between employees who do not understand each other.
I have noticed that someone who runs and does not stop becomes a leader who inspires people to move. Movement is joyful, movement is life. The role of the leader is to inspire the movement. Moreover, I see that the leader doesn't even need an idea. Those who run after the leader are able to come up with ideas and reasons for themselves why they should run. The very example of the movement is enough for followers.
When you have two diametrically opposed opinions for one question, one should not give preference to any of them, but one should choose a third opinion that both of them agree with. It may be an intermediate opinion, or it may be something that denies them both.
The more a process seems important, the greater the probability of errors in it and the more it needs to be simplified in order to reduce this possibility through simplicity. One of the methods of dealing with mistakes is to deny the importance of something. The second way is a total simplification.
You should always give a person two tasks, one of which will be important and the other not important. The point is that the value of what is important is insignificant, and what is unimportant and useless is actually a super-value that needs to be disguised so that it does not dazzle.
People don't need truth, people need purpose. The goal is the truth. On the other hand, everyone has their own truth, because everyone has their own personal goals. It is useful to help people follow the true path to their goals.
Aristotle taught Alexander a very simple wisdom. Truth is the goal. To follow the truth is to follow the goal. To give people the truth is to give them a purpose. Being honest means setting goals and, following these goals, not going astray. Have you heard of the true way? This is the way to the goal.
The problem The tower of Babel is a very difficult problem. Misunderstandings between people reach a critical level. I want to howl at the moon, I want to kill, I want to bang my head against the wall. This must be foreseen. You need to be prepared for this.
Due to fatigue during prolonged work or severe stress, the intensity of attention falls, concentration decreases sharply. The number of errors is growing. The productivity of any work and activity decreases. Chronic exhaustion of attention can be expressed in asthenia.
The law Ashby. That which governs must be greater and more varied than that which is governed. Accordingly, if you are something if you want to control, you must have an unlimited number of options, and he is limited.
The perfect leader comes off from reality and thinks perfectly absurd. The specialist also does everything perfectly and is intolerant of other people's opinions. If the two respected each other and listened, the two ideals would converge and become quite effective. Mutual contempt and intolerance prevent them from achieving unity.