Thursday, November 17, 2016

On the diversity of my co-workers

It is all too easy at our workplace to find flaws in our co-workers. At the library I work at I sometimes become frustrated with the limitations of the people I work with. But we are none of us perfect. I have my flaws too. So let us just take a deep breath together and remember this about our library co-workers, and, really, it applies to any of us about our co-workers anywhere:

In a workplace we all of us bring our own unique, individual talents. Except, of course, those of us who don't have any.

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