Dafatone: That's it.I'm officially done with every "work smarter not harder" innovation/trick/hack that businesses talk about.
Fuggin Bizzy: In office environments? Yeah, "work smarter not harder" is typically bullshiat.
Fuggin Bizzy: I have young children, so I'm getting a kick out of these replies.Well...I will, once some replies show up. In the meantime, I'm getting a kick out of the headline.
BHShaman: Hard to teach. Companies do not value "inspiration" employees because it is so hard to value their contribution.
Clever Neologism: Legos stay on the sheet.
marcre3363: My 3 year old is excited as crap that today is my birthday because mama let him buy me a lego set. He can't wait me to open "my" gift so we can play with it.He's already told me three times today what it is and asked if we can open it.
exvaxman: Several years ago I got a call from an old roommate who still is Dean of Engineering at a major university. He related a story of his weekend where a government grant for $250k got lost in the system, he got notified of it four days before the report due date. Grad students were gathered, $1k worth of Lego were bought (lots more than what can be bought today) at a TRS, and "group dynamics" doing a bridge project were "studied" by a couple of ops research grad students who were to write the final paper after the "we gotta do something fast and delay the result". Not only was the report accepted after the delay but a bonus was paid. My roommate held this up as an example of how government funding is broken.
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