If you’re cutting the cake, your main responsibility is to not lick your fingers between pieces.
All slopes are slippery.
Not every offer to help is a passive-aggressive effort to assert control.
It’s unfair that the burden is on employees to make ignorant bosses understand. But that burden is far greater if they don’t.
For best results, attack the person and the problem.
Implementing a solution doesn’t mean you’ve solved the problem.
Any amount of complaining can be made tolerable to others if the complaints are kept interesting.
The more you like a politician or actor, the less you should want to know real personal information about them.
The worse the idea, the more you’ll hear it has potential.
The person who tells others not to be crabby is usually the crabbiest one in the room.