Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Teach Everyone to Do Everything

When I first started working, my job was laid out for me. I was told what to do and how and when to do it. I worked for an insurance brokerage. I worked in a big room with nine other people, but I didn’t have to worry about what anybody was doing but me. I typed residential homeowners policies. Other people typed other kinds of policies. They had to be perfect, because they were legal documents. The policies were pre-numbered so my supervisor had to log every one that was messed up (black marks for me). She checked them all thoroughly. I didn’t have a computer and a correcting typewriter wouldn’t have done me any good because there were two carbons, so I had to concentrate and be very careful.

Doing the Right Thing
and Achieving All Your Goals at the Same Time



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