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Old 10-24-2012, 07:10 AM
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I went to class today (i'm in a sort of elite supervisor training) and I cracked up every time she talked about getting out of a comfort zone. She talked about how that's what we have to do as supervisors. Another nail in the decision of me demoting myself back to non-supervisory.

Kind of schizo, it is. They're teaching us about where are comfort zones are (we're doing DiSC profiles, for those who are into it), and then telling us how to reach out of them.

The only way I stay awake is coffee and paying attention to the meta-details. I've studied how to be the trainer; it's interesting to me to see what the trainer does to the class. Class (school) is my comfort zone. I could be a student forever. Except, I have had amazing teachers, so ordinary teachers are often boring to me now.
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