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September 26, 2022

How to Drive Your Boss Crazy

By Monique Jetton

HoW to DrivE YouR BosS CrazY

Monique Jetton

As each day goes by it is filled with phones ringing and people always asking me questions. The few monents you have are usualy so insane you have to let it out. I have worked for a non-profit for about 5 years now and have 3 bosses. These are a few things I have learned to keep a smile on my face with out going insane.......

Step 1: Make appointments with clients only giving the address.....(Suzies [ed note: the local adult bookstore] works as a nice meeting place.)

Step 2: When making hotel reservations ask for a room next to the elevator or vending machines.

Step 3: Change your hair-do about five times a day and when you boss comes by shake your head like a mad woman.

Step 4: Arrange a pile of papers in his/her office as if for a bon fire.

Step 5: Turn pictures in their office upside down.

Step 6: Forget the company cell phone when going to a training and not check in all day.

Step 7: When waiting for them to talk with you, spin around in the chair, become dizzy and ask them to call 911.

Step 8: With a straight face tell them that staff got in an accident and need their help right away, then start laughing uncontrollably.

Step 9: Answer our pages over the intercom, "Hi I'm not here right now please leave a message at the (beep)...........".

Step 10: Page them over the intercom and when they answer hang up.

Step 11: When asked to do something or asked where this paper is, say "no."

Step 12: When asked to remind them of a special event, five minutes after they tell you page them and remind them about the event.

NOTE: These ideas may not work for everyone and remember if your boss is humorless then you need to try something different. Example: Women - show some skin. Men - flaunt that butt. Remember when all else fails cry and whine...Happy haunting!!

Article © Monique Jetton. All rights reserved.
Published on 2002-04-29
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