Be A Winner, Not A Whiner

Abraham Lincoln (center) prepares to fire George McClellan (sixth from left). (National Archives)

There are some people you just don’t want working for you.

Like the guy who is great at keeping a neat desk and a tidy office, but is just horrible at actually accomplishing something?

Or that woman who always “dresses to impress,” but never really does anything impressive, or even productive.




We’ve got to do better than this, folks.

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