Lunchtime is Sacred

Lunchtime is Sacred

Since 28-years of age, I can count on my fingers and toes the number of times I munched lunch in house. In spite of this management transgression,  I’ve always held positions of high responsibility. This ‘dereliction of duty’ continued  throughout my business career.

Many subordinates would complain; “Why do you always go to lunch, in spite of business pressure.”
My answer? “If I have to miss lunch, then, I know I don’t need you.” in other words, if I have to do someone else’s job, then why were they hired in the first place?



About Gringo Bush Pilot

Retired process and systems manager; itinerant aviation devotee; and real estate investment loan officer. In short, an American economic refugee, retired in Asia.
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