How The Tea Party Can Improve My Productivity At Work

October 14, 2010 at 7:26 pm Leave a comment

Right now, I feel that I am accountable to the angry taxpayer. He is angry at the government. He believes that the government is too large. He believes that my compensation is too high and he wants to cut the size of government. He believes that the private sector is the solution and not the government.

I have to pretend that I am accountable to this man. I need to significantly increase for my productivity to satisfy the mob. The mob is going to vote all of the Republicans into power. They are going to sweep the House and Senate and I have to be accountable to them

In reality, their policies are disastrous and the free market guided on its own power does not solve things. Conservatives put too much faith into free market as a higher power and worship like it is God. However, the free market is often driven by lust of money and power and therefore, needs to be stopped in its track by government. It has to be held accountable for its greed and excesses.

However, I have to realize that these people are to going to take power in the fall after the elections. I have to remember that I am a servant to the angry mob with their pitchforks. The angry mob that says "Socialist" about government and this mobbed needs to be satisfied. I am a person that their wrath because I am a government worker.

Do I really answer to pitch-fork mob? No, it is inside my head. The reality about the pitch-fork mob is that the pitch-fork mob is designed to use as a motivational tool to increase productivity and output. In the private sector, there is no pitch-fork mob that answers to.

However, if you work for the government and looking for techinques to increase performance and output, pretending that you answer to the pitch-fork mob of angry conservative taxpayers is way to enhance performance. It is sadistic method of motivation, but one that might work


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