Monday, March 8, 2010

Just Say No!

Tomorrow, I have my interview to move back into management with the LLC that I have been affiliated with for 23 years. I have thought about the pros and cons of taking the job if offered and to be quite honest, I really can't find a pro besides more money. As a rank and filer, all I have to do is show up and give them an honest day's work for an honest day's pay. And with what they are paying me at the moment, that honest day's work does not require me to work up much of a sweat. I pretty much have it made right now. I am getting every 3rd weekend off, I do not have to do any computer bullshit, attend any bullshit meetings or be responsible for anyone but myself. I would be crazy to say yes!
Since I stepped down about a year ago, my life has changed in many ways. I will not elaborate, as the people that really know me know what I am talking about.
I guess the best way for me to say no without really saying no is to ask for an exorbitant amount of money. Watch the bastards give it to me!


Tim Chaney said...

Gotta do what's best for you my friend. The grass always looks greener but at a cost.

I've got to make some money while it's there, however given the opportunity in the distant (couple years) I may want to back down from all the responcibility. The money comes at a price and it's not worth a heart attack or stroke.

afterthegoldrush said...

"You can't please everyone, so you've got to please yourself".

Tim Chaney said...


Blog Editor said...

I am used to not having any money, and thus don't miss it too much when it is all gone. I have a law degree, but if some other related job offers me boo-koo bucks-who needs the stress of being a licensed lawyer.