trained like a se

Well, my training course was not too bad. Of course, a good portion of my time was spent staring sadly out the window of the stuffy training room, looking longingly at the hotel pool shimmering in the heat of the 30 degree day. And of course, there was no airconditioning in the training room. (Actually, there WAS, but we later discovered our trainer had set it wrongly and it was not turned on. So we ALL learned something on this course.) For those who care, I am an INTJ. For those who don’t, I am a STFU. Both equally as valid, as we must take into consideration our co-workers’ lifeviews and culture and upbringing and soforth and suchlike and more along the same lines, I wasn’t really listening. Did I mention it was 30 degrees and we were in a hotel right by the beach? And there was a pool and a volleyball court and a pier and sparkling clear ocean water and everything? That I could see, just out of reach, through the window? And that I had to get up at 6.30am to do a Power Walk to learn more about Team Building and Co-operation? If you ask me, I could have learned just as much by lying in bed and watching an episode of Sesame Street.

3 comments to trained like a se

  • Mal

    I’m an INFP… I once worked with someone who was the exact OPPOSITE to my ‘profile’ – and we used to drive each other bonkers!
    As a trainer of trainers, I’d wanna throttle your trainer for that day! Bugger! You’d have got a whole lot more done lounging about on air mattresses in the pool as you worked on your stuff together! hahahaa.
    Mal :o)

  • sarah

    post. woman.
    i am going to greensborough KC the-show and some open the-shows. email me, i’ll give you dates!

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