A day I did not need…

08 Jun

Usually when someone works with me, they pay enough attention to know that I don’t let things slip through the cracks. I’m as detailed oriented as it gets. That’s why I graduated 4.0 in my Master’s. I pay attention. I listen. I take notes. I communicate. Usually, they really appreciate the skill set and they don’t get greedy particularly when they were given a price break.

I recently asked a group of people, “Please do not stress me out for no reason. It’s unproductive.”

Then this morning I was chewed out over “items that were not done.” However, they were done. And I had issued written reports outlining all of that. No one read them but they felt they had a right to chew me out anyway.

I would say they don’t give a damn about anyone but themselves. And I had looked out for them. I find it particularly offensive because of poor planning on their part, last Thursday I worked from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. to help them out. And this is what I get for gratitude? I will never do that again.

It made me very sorry that I passed up two opportunities last week by saying that I wasn’t interested. I think that was a huge mistake on my part. I should have listened and given them more consideration. Consider it a lesson learned.

I don’t need to be in a situation where people are causing me stress for no good reason.

The good news of the day was that I found out that my former clients did close their shop on Worth but there are plans to move somewhere else when this is over with. The landlord of the building got greedy and actually tried to raise the rent in the middle of this fiasco so they finally said, “enough.” Good for them. That landlord has had problems with getting greedy with the businesses on Worth Avenue. I think it would be sad to discover that that could be the reason why so many had to vacate during this time. Haven’t the merchants had enough between COVID and protests? When is someone going to give them a break? What did they do to deserve what they have to deal with?

I feel very badly for them.

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