The Art of the Exit

We’ve all been there, those moments when you find yourself in a painfully awkward conversation with someone who you either a) don’t really know, b) don’t really like, or c) have absolutely nothing in common with. What do you do? What are your socially acceptable options? Can you just leave the conversation? Read on and discover The Art of the Exit.

Having spent the better part of 15 years working as a corporate monkey for a large bank, you’d be correct to assume that there must be some elements of my job that I enjoy.  But, the truth is, there aren’t many.  Aside from the extended lunches with colleagues that I have all too often indulged in, there really hasn’t been much.  By the way, attending such lunches is a great way to make your work day that much more tolerable. Borderline enjoyable in fact.  Add in a few beers…

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4 thoughts on “The Art of the Exit

  1. there must be some elements of my job that I enjoy. But, the truth is, there aren’t many.
    Well said mate.
    There are those things that we love at the Beginning but sooner or later we get used to them and hence it’s important especially in Relationships to revive them again n again

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