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Departing Boss quotes by Joe Hill
#1. Sometimes I think every man wants to be a writer. They want to invent a world with the perfect imaginary woman, someone they can boss around and undress at will. They can work out their own aggressions with a few fictional rape scenes. Then they can send their fictional surrogate in to save her, a white knight – or a fireman! Someone with all the power and all the agency. Real women, on the other hand, have all these tiresome interests of their own, and won't follow an outline. #Quote by Joe Hill
Departing Boss quotes by Gerald M. Weinberg
#2. you don't have to be a boss to be a leader #Quote by Gerald M. Weinberg
Departing Boss quotes by Jacob M. Appel
#3. The boss is never your friend, even if you're sleeping with him. #Quote by Jacob M. Appel
Departing Boss quotes by Jarod Kintz
#4. My favorite smells are freshly baked bread, the pages of an old book, and they way my boss' ass smells when he's shouting at me. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Departing Boss quotes by Jarod Kintz
#5. I want to be the boss, and have my name embossed on the corner office door. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Departing Boss quotes by Walt Cody
#6. True," Brymmer said, and then found himself wrestling with the old Shall I Argue With The Boss Now problem, which perfectly defined a lose-lose situation. If you argued and were wrong, you would never have a future. If you argued and were right, you would never be forgiven. #Quote by Walt Cody
Departing Boss quotes by Irvine Welsh
#7. Skinners guts were in turmoil from the beer and curry at the weekend and a viscous, silent eye-stinging killer of a fart slipped out of him, as poignantly weeping as a lover's last farewell, just as the lift stopped at the next floor to let in two men wearing overalls. Everybody suffered in silence. As the workmen got off at the following level, Skinner seized the opportunity, announcing, - That is minging, looking towards the departing workers. He knew that when it came to farting everybody turned into Old Etonian High Court Judges. Men would always be suspected before women and men in working clothes would always be blamed before men in suits. Those were the rules.

From "The Bedroom Secrets Of The Master Chefs #Quote by Irvine Welsh
Departing Boss quotes by Wayne Mack
#8. According to [the Bible], a leader is first and foremost a servant. His concern is not for himself; his concern is not to give orders, to boss other people around, to have his own way. His concern is to meet the needs of others. #Quote by Wayne Mack
Departing Boss quotes by Simon Cowell
#9. Whether they run a record company or a grocery store, every boss will tell you you're in big trouble if you're borrowing more than you can ever afford to pay back. Delaying the pain for future generations is suicidal. We've got to start getting the deficit down right now, not next year. #Quote by Simon Cowell
Departing Boss quotes by Rick Riordan
#10. The word Styx got her [Mrs. O'Leary, the hellhound] excited. She probably thought I meant sticks. She jumped a few times, chased her tail just to teach it who was boss, and then calmed down enough for me to push Nico onto her back. #Quote by Rick Riordan
Departing Boss quotes by MANNA
Departing Boss quotes by Boss Tweed
#12. I don't care who does the electing, as long as I get to do the nominating. #Quote by Boss Tweed
Departing Boss quotes by Isaac Asimov
#13. Because, if you stop to think of it, the three Rules of Robotics are the essential guiding principles of a good many of the world's ethical systems. Of course, every human being is supposed to have the instinct of self-preservation. That's Rule Three to a robot. Also every 'good' human being, with a social conscience and a sense of responsibility, is supposed to defer to proper authority; to listen to his doctor, his boss, his government, his psychiatrist, his fellow man; to obey laws, to follow rules, to conform to custom - even when they interfere with his comfort or his safety. That's Rule Two to a robot. Also, every 'good' human being is supposed to love others as himself, protect his fellow man, risk his life to save another. That's Rule One to a robot. To put it simply - if Byerley follows all the Rules of Robotics, he may be a robot, and may simply be a very good man. #Quote by Isaac Asimov
Departing Boss quotes by Dream Hampton
#14. Boss up on your emotions before you become a slave to them. #Quote by Dream Hampton
Departing Boss quotes by David Niu
#15. To be a good boss, you must be transparent. Theres a correlation between worker happiness and workplace transparency. Leaders and managers who offer transparency will earn the respect and devotion of their team. #Quote by David Niu
Departing Boss quotes by Iggy Pop
#16. I became Iggy because I had a sadistic boss at a record store. I'd been in a band called the Iguanas. And when this boss wanted to embarrass and demean me, he'd say, 'Iggy, get me a coffee, light.' #Quote by Iggy Pop
Departing Boss quotes by Charles Rosenberg
#17. Five Rules for Leaving a Room in Anger": One: Do not pick up your books or papers. Leave them there. They will serve as a perfect reminder that you are gone. Two: Do no shove your chair back for the table while you are still sitting in it. Push it back as you are standing up. Three: Do not try to put your jacket on as you leave. Don't even fling it over your shoulder. You'll never be Jack Kennedy. Leave it on the chair back. Four: Do not announce that you are departing. Say nothing. Just go. Five: Never...ever look back. #Quote by Charles Rosenberg
Departing Boss quotes by Kaoru
#18. If you boss you think you can your instructor around, you won't learn. #Quote by Kaoru
Departing Boss quotes by Heather Havrilesky
#19. You're unhappy and you feel like a failure. PERFECT! Use that sad/angry/disappointed energy. Channel it into what you know, deep down in your heart, you love.

Spend the next six months in a state of total obsession. Get up two hours earlier than usual and write before you go to work. Come home and exercise (not optional, sorry), then write for another hour. Read or watch the kind of comedy you love before bed. Don't waste all your time socializing. Do a little socializing on weekends, but focus. Focus! Save your money. Research part-time work you could do for your company; use your slackness as a way to sell a new position where your boss would get your best from you every hour that you're there. Pitch it as a win-win. Or pitch working from home half the time to cure your blahs and jack up your productivity. Then overproduce at work, but fit all of your work into a part-time schedule, and fill your prime working hours with writing/comedy. Almost any capable human with a not-that-taxing job can pull this off if they put their mind to it. If you're a manager, investigate other roles or sell your boss on the fact that you're managing via e-mail most of the time anyway. #Quote by Heather Havrilesky
Departing Boss quotes by Timothy Ferriss
#20. By working faithfully eight hours a day, you may eventually get to be a boss and work twelve hours a day. - ROBERT FROST, #Quote by Timothy Ferriss
Departing Boss quotes by Rick Ross
#21. I said 'boss' and I meant that, advance you spent that
Corvette so clean, you'll think Bruce Springsteen rent that #Quote by Rick Ross
Departing Boss quotes by Rosemary Sutcliff
#22. You cannot expect the man who made this shield to live easily under the rule of man who worked the sheath of this dagger ... You are the builders of coursed stone walls, the makers of straight roads and ordered justice and disciplined troops. We know that, we know it all too well. We know that your justice is more sure than ours, and when we rise against you, we see our hosts break against the discipline of your troops, as the sea breaks against a rock. And we do not understand, because all these things are the ordered pattern, and only the free curves of the shield-boss are real to us. We do not understand. And when the time comes that we begin to understand your world, too often we lose the understanding of our own. #Quote by Rosemary Sutcliff
Departing Boss quotes by Jarod Kintz
#23. I'm a boss walker. That's why I stroll along holding my own hand. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Departing Boss quotes by Karen Marie Moning
#24. I'll give you until nine P.M. tomorrow to get the bloody hell out of this country and out of my way. The nerve. I'd had to bite my tongue on the juvenile impulse to snap, Or what? - you're not the boss of me, second only to an even more juvenile impulse to call my mom and wail, Nobody likes me here and I don't even know why! #Quote by Karen Marie Moning
Departing Boss quotes by Miranda July
#25. The whole thing of working in all these different mediums, it's just so that I can always be playing hooky from one of them. I can always be rebelling against my boss. Like, I'm supposed to be writing this book, but - heh heh heh - I'm writing a movie, secretly. I'm procrastinating, and in my off-hours I'm working on this movie that I'm not allowed to do, because I'm supposed to be writing a book! #Quote by Miranda July
Departing Boss quotes by Rick Riordan
#26. Hey, boss, said Blackjack. Can we take a donut break? I wiped the sweat off my brow. "I wish, big guy, but the fight's still going on." In fact, I could hear it getting closer. My friends needed help. I jumped on Blackjack and we flew north toward the sound of explosions. FIFTEEN #Quote by Rick Riordan
Departing Boss quotes by John Shiffman
#27. It's a law enforcement axiom. But who better to help bust a crack dealer than another crack dealer? Who better to bring down a mob boss than another mobster? As long as there have been cops, they've been making deals with informants, #Quote by John Shiffman
Departing Boss quotes by Theodore Roosevelt
#28. People ask the difference between a leader and a boss ... The leader works in the open, and the boss in covert. The leader leads, and the boss drives. #Quote by Theodore Roosevelt
Departing Boss quotes by Jessica N. Watkins
#29. Behind his eyes was emotional pain because I had hurt him. I was in pain because he had crossed me. "Boss, #Quote by Jessica N. Watkins
Departing Boss quotes by Peter F. Drucker
#30. Measuring requires, first and foremost, analytical ability. But it also demands that measurement be used to make self-control possible rather than abused to control people from the outside and above - that is, to dominate them. It is the common violation of this principle that largely explains why measurement is the weakest area in the work of the manager today. As long as measurements are abused as a tool of control (for instance, as when measurements are used, as a weapon of an internal secret police that supplies audits and critical appraisals of a manager's performance to the boss without even sending a carbon copy to the manager himself) measuring will remain the weakest area in the manager's performance.2 #Quote by Peter F. Drucker
Departing Boss quotes by Ilona Andrews
#31. I also stole a small yellow doughnut from the box of Duncan's doughnuts in the rec room and fed it to the attack poodle in my office. He made a great production of it. First, he growled at the doughnut, just to show it who was boss. Then he nudged it with his nose. Then he licked it, until finally he snagged it into his mouth and chomped it with great pleasure, dropping crumbs all over the carpet. #Quote by Ilona Andrews
Departing Boss quotes by PMD
#32. EPMD in effect, I'm clockin' mad green
Like Kermit the Frog, sloppy like Boss Hog,
Girl was runnin' wild ... ate her like a corn dog. #Quote by PMD
Departing Boss quotes by Jeremy Sumpter
#33. I want to have a bunch of kids so I can boss them around. #Quote by Jeremy Sumpter
Departing Boss quotes by John Fowles
#34. I have not made up my mind about Marian (another M! I heard the supervisor call her name), this time it won't be love, it would just be for the interest of the thing ... and the clothes would fit. Of course I would make it clear from the start who's boss and what I expect ... but it is still just an idea. #Quote by John Fowles
Departing Boss quotes by Annabel Joseph
#35. Dear religious, all-powerful entity, please help me be professional. Please help me resist sleeping with my sexual titan of a boss on this business trip. In the name of God or Krishna or Moses, or whoever can freaking help me. Amen. #Quote by Annabel Joseph
Departing Boss quotes by Leo Burnett
#36. I have learned that trying to guess what the boss or the client wants is the most debilitating of all influences in the creation of good advertising. #Quote by Leo Burnett
Departing Boss quotes by Holly Tierney-Bedord
#37. If Cloverleaf McCarty loses his shamrock singlet one more time, he's fired," Lucille said, slicing one finger against her long, serpentine neck for effect. A janitor walking past her office window saw the move, flinched, and looked down before there was a chance that he and "The Boss Lady" could make eye contact. #Quote by Holly Tierney-Bedord
Departing Boss quotes by Mike Greenberg
#38. It was the first thing I learned when I started. An old boss said to me, 'Your job is to reflect interest, not to create it.' And what I've taken from that is, if you're not talking about things people are interested in, then they're going to find someone who is. It's not any more complicated than that. But if you forget it, you won't have a show for very long. #Quote by Mike Greenberg
Departing Boss quotes by Marcus Buckingham
#39. Talent is the multiplier. The more energy and attention you invest in it, the greater the yield. The time you spend with your best is, quite simply, your most productive time. #Quote by Marcus Buckingham
Departing Boss quotes by Aimee Bender
#40. My mother had been baking more often in general, but she took plates of desserts to the carpentry studio, where her boss, thank God, had a sweet tooth. He just loved the cheesecake, she'd tell me, shining. He ate all of my oatmeal cookies. Some charmed combination of the woodwork, and the studio people, and the splinter excising time with her son kept her going back to Silver Lake even when she hit her usual limits, and every night, tucked into bed, I would send out a thank-you prayer to the carpentry boss for taking in what I could not. But this morning I was the only one, and it was the weekend, and carpentry rested, and the whole kitchen smelled of hometown America, of Atlanta's orchards and Oregon's berry bushes, of England's pie legacy, packed with the Puritans over the Mayflower. #Quote by Aimee Bender
Departing Boss quotes by Anthony Jeselnik
#41. Charlie Sheen called his boss on 'Two and a Half Men' a 'Jew ki**' and expected to go back to work. That's crazy. If you could do that and keep your job, then everybody would do it. #Quote by Anthony Jeselnik
Departing Boss quotes by Clifton Fadiman
#42. [Books] will visit you at your convenience, whether you are lonesome or not, on rainy days or fair. They propose themselves as either transient acquaintances or permanent friends. They will stay as long as you like, departing or returning as you wish. Their friendship entails no obligation. Best of all, and not always true of our merely human friends, they have Cleopatra's infinite variety. #Quote by Clifton Fadiman
Departing Boss quotes by Karina Halle
#43. I am not your enemy. Okay? You can go on thinking that all you want but it's not true. I am not your enemy. I'm barely even your boss. I am your equal and you are mine."
"I am not yours," she says but her words falter.
"You very much are. #Quote by Karina Halle

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