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After 15 years of research, ‘Mouse’s First Law of Office Life is irrefutably proven and ready for publication: Good news does not arrive by fax.
TAGS: bad news
I could make a list of many thing that I hope you never have to do at the office; listening to your boss discuss on the phone with his son said son’s diagnosis with the same type of cancer that said boss had 10 years ago would be near the top.
When the cute well read guy I met on Monday night called me and said, “You know I thought of you this morning,” I thought that maybe one thing would go well today, until he finished the rest of the sentence with, “when I got diagnosed with pneumonia.”
That phrase never sounds like good news.
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