If you’re like me you’re a fairly good person with malice toward none. Until the “none” becomes someone who gets in the way of your work, your responsibilities, your goals, or that which you are committed to. Then “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer” comes down!
|Posted By Rachel Walker|
| One or two rocks..slip.. |
There's always a patch of dust when moving up to a higher standard.! Have a super day Michael! Rachel :-)
|Posted By Kingvegas|
| Cleaning House |
I have done a lot of housecleaning over the last 6 months. Now the trick is to make new and better connections. It all starts with believing that you and what you are doing deserve to work with the best people that you can find.
|Posted By name witheld|
| Locked in tight |
Iíve been working with a co-writer for the past 6 months. I canít stand working with this person but she has credibility from past projects that have gone on to become winners. Problem is Iím not in a position to fire her, because she brought me into the project. On the one hand Iím honored to be here, on the other hand I feel trapped in a cage with a one-ton gorilla!
|Posted By Drummer|
| It's not easy |
A friend offered to do the marketing on my album for free. I thought it was a great idea. But then I realized his ideas were stuck in the past and he was taking my project in the wrong directionóbackwards into the dark ages! After 5 months of arguing and wasting my time I had to tell him heís off the project. It was a brutally hard thing for me to do, but I feel like a giant weight has been lifted.
|Posted By Robert Emmery|
| No next time |
I was faced with that the last 1 Ĺ years! I kept thinking I could train this employee into changing but found out there was no way. He was polluting morale, lying about his work, sabotaging every plan that I had for my company. Why did it take me so long to fire him? I donít know, but it wonít be so hard next time if it happens.