- Jan 7, 2020
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Guy, I realize that the details make you look bad... but you are coming up with all sorts of convoluted reasons not to share them.
But they don't. If you weren't stupid and a business failure, you'd know them, because you'd have seized the opportunity that presented itself to you...
Either this guy did exactly what you wanted him to and it backfired.
Or you were such an awful manager that he was not clear on what you wanted.
You're an idiot.
He was a relatively longtime employee. He knew what his gig was. He knew what he was doing was wrong when he was doing it.
He tried to take advantage of the system and he got caught...
Wow? Really? You mean you didn't sit him down and have a talk with him first, maybe find out what was going on? You just let him keep doing it?
We knew what was going on. We just wanted to make a stronger case against him. We even had the help of the people she was spending my company's money on. When he was finally confronted, he knew he was fucked. You could see the life drain out of him...
Well, um, yeah, you fire people for having unauthorized conversations and stick your nose in personal business. Micromanagers are usually the most clueless managers, because they usually can't see the big picture.
Considering my business started in a garage in Santee, California and now is worth close to $20 million, I'd say my view of "the big picture" is just fine. What's more, I've built my business honestly, without feeling the need to lie to people for my own benefit. Only scumbags like you do that...
Except you previously said you do a lot more than that... like find out what's going on in their family lives and fire people for conversations about religion... that's kind of.. you k now, creepy.
You're a dishonest guy. It's pretty clear you're proud of that, too. You lie to better yourself.
You're hardly in a position to lecture anyone on anything you take issue with.
You're a lying, dishonest scumbag, Joe. That's by your own admission, too. You're a failure, and you'll always be a failure, largely because of that.
I have people who've been with me less than a year who are better business people than you could ever hope to be...