"Actually, my MC1 is sort of the problem -- he's getting out soonish (next 6 months), and has short timer syndrome, which means he's passing a lot of his duties to me when I'm not capable or qualified to do them!"
"Oh God, you're an MC in the Navy? Good luck. This is a blessing and a curse in that while the military doesn't work like a normal job, they can't really fire you either. I was Combat Correspondent in the Marines and worked…"
"Probably the best way to do it is to have a meeting with them and ask that you get priorities spelled out. The last thing you want to do is to tell them you have too much.
If you can get the priorities placed out in where they want them, you will…"
Hopefully I can get some good advice here before I either lose it and blow up at my boss or go crazy trying to do everything.I was recently promoted, to a paygrade where my pay finally matched my responsibilities. However, I've also inherited a bunch of new taskings. The biggest problem I'm having is that these new responsibilities are taking time away from a huge, long-term project where I've been the only one working on it for the past 6 months.The deadline for this big project has come and…See More
"It happens within the first 15 seconds. The officer says at 0:06 secs that the officer is taking the gun "off" the man. I infer from this that the officer takes the gun from the man's holster. Wisely the…"
"that's the thing though. I'm well liked at my school. I know there are a few people who have issues with me, but they have always told C about them, and that's how I know, but to my face, they're friendly. I am honestly shocked…"
"Let me help you do a little sleuthing, here. Who would want to cause a rift between you and your buddy badly enough that he or she would go to all this trouble? Why would someone want to do that SO BADLY that he or she would go to this…"
"Has anyone seen the hand-on-the-Bible thing outside of movies and publicized swearing-ins for office? I see such oaths (and affirmations) done about weekly, with never a Bible in sight.
John Adams was worried about "our moral compass" as…"