Posted on | November 4, 2010 | Comments Off on The Daily Hell Scale
I have decided to rank my days on a scale of 1 (one) to 10 (ten). It probably isn’t professional (according to my Gateway buddies), but it is my blog, right?
In a section on my blogs sidebar, I will share with you my daily number. This may change during the day, or not. It depends on who is bothering me or how productive I am.
Here is the breakdown of the numbers:
Daily Hell Scale:
1-3 Minimal- The day is good, if not great overall. Clients, co-workers, or counsel are not annoying me and I am getting work done.
4-6 Bearable- This is where someone, somewhere, has done something to annoy me or piss me off, but nothing too serious and no body parts or blood will be spilled.
7-8 Unbearable- These are the days where I have been beaten down by a boss, co-worker, client, bathroom attendant, security guard, or all of the above, with no lunch break and will probably have to work late due to some one’s mistake that has now turned into my immediate problem. Blood may be spilled. Approach with caution.
9-10 Crippiling- Stay out of my way. No. Seriously. Unless you want to lose body parts, which, I promise you, will be missed, stay the fuck away. Do NOT approach unless on a death wish or suicide mission.