Pretense Of Work

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One of the benefits about retirement is I don’t have to sell or prove myself to somebody. That somebody could be my boss, customer, or alliance.  The only person that I need to satisfy is me. Which allows me to focus on what is important to me and not someone else’s priorities.

Below are some of the common pretenses I had come across [along with their real meanings]:

I am a hard worker [as long as I am getting paid].

I am motivated/ driven [just give me that raise/ promotion].

I am a team-player [to the extend of others do not cross me].

I am passionate about my work [until quitting time].

What other examples have you heard?

 

 

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