“Oh yeah, that guy. That guy was weird.” #conspiracytheorythursday Every Thursday, I’ll be posting a different conspiracy theory related to The Office. (Feel free to DM your conspiracy theories to me!) This one’s kind of dark. Yes, the writers said it, but it was unclear whether they were joking or if they seriously meant it, and it wasn’t explicitly confirmed IN the show, so I still consider it a theory.
There's a difference between managing and leading. Managers hire an employee to do a job. The faster and cheaper they can do the job, the better. Leaders, on the other hand, see the value in the collective potential of people. They cultivate an environment conducive to growth and learning. Different leaders have different styles. But ultimately understand that they can't make an impact without the people around them. They must provide the tools necessary to make something happen. Managers take authority. Leaders take responsibility. Both are needed but are oftentimes confused. It helps to remember that there are more managers than leaders, making leaders more valuable. What do you think? *P.s. If you watch The Office and know Michael Scott, you can see the irony in the post. If you have never watched an episode, Dinner Party, Season 4, Episode 13. Start there 😂😂😂
| footage from tunisia, summer 2017 | | words to live by from michael scott | following incredible people on instagram, i couldn't help but notice that a slow mo coupled with some beautiful words makes for a great video -- so here's my first try at this, be gentle ✨ #tunisia#slowmo#deepquote#michaelscott#theoffice#inspiration