Wed Jul 21:
Is it just me or does Robert Kovacs look like Charles Bronson? I wonder if they’re related. I’d tell you to watch Death Kiss (2018), but it’s cheesy, you’ll get mad at me. I couldn’t even finish it and I usually finish cheesy movies. See … I’m a good friend. You should watch Sanitation Day on Netflix – I want to go to Nigeria and Sharon wants to go to Ghana. She’s gonna plan for both and I am gonna start saving. Matt wants to be a psychologist. Dee is surprised that I didn’t get sick from my second dose vaccine – I think it’s the alcohol. lol.
🎶 Oh yes! I’m the great pretender. My need is such, I pretend too much. I’m lonely but no one can tell. Pretending that I’m doing well. Too real when I feel what my heart can’t conceal. I’m lonely but no one can tell. Preeeeeeeeetending that I’m doing well 🎶 And I still haven’t ordered any food – Yay!!! Only five and a half months to go. My alcohol stash is almost done and I’m feeling pretty good about not restocking.
Top-down suits the know. Bottom-up suits the new. Top-down management is authority-based. Information and processes originate in and are controlled by higher levels of management. It works best when a company’s products or services are similar to those that were previously successful, when higher management possesses expertise or resources that lower levels do not, and when the cost of mistakes by inexperienced staff would be prohibitive. Top-down management can be predictable and efficient, but it also can become locked into outmoded practices.
In a bottom-up system, information and processes originate in the lower tiers, usually in an open-ended, ad-hoc manner. It can work well in industries that are relatively new, in situations where the lower tiers possess unique expertise or resources, and when the cost of errors is not prohibitive. A bottom-up system often generates alternatives that a top-down model cannot, but it can be chaotic and inefficient.
In top-down and bottom-up systems, flow can still occur in both directions. In a top-down system, for example, an astute, on the ground sales force may gain strategically useful knowledge of demand trends and competitor practices, or spy opportunities for product enhancements, new products and pricing adjustments.Thing # 35 of 101 Things I Learned in Business School
🎶 One night in Bangkok and the world’s your oyster, I feel the devil dancing next to me. One night in Bangkok and my heart’s a bumble. They found me laying up next to a tree. I’ve got the angels watching over me. Under this tree is my destiny. There’s nothing else waiting out there for me.🎶 – I can’t remember the actual lyrics so I made my own 🙂
I just had sparkling matcha green tea lemonade – meh. I didn’t draw yesterday, only started prep to trace my tats and I probably won’t draw today cause I been reading PMBOK 7, which so far is a much easier/interesting read than previous versions. I can tell humans wrote this one. AND also, I are trying to figure out some spreadsheet stuff – sometimes I wonder if I make things more difficult than they have to be. (concise and succinct remember) AND I have also been thinking about my silent stop motion movie – me is plenty excited for the weekend to come – hoping I can finish it. I was thinking to hand write the movie slides but I will use Procreate instead and insert them as images – maybe that is what I will work on tonight till bedtime – this app is really cool – I can add title and credits too. Like OMG … I’m making a real movie!
Is there anything you hope you never get? I hope I never get bed sores cause then that means I’m sick or crazy fat. I hope I never get a serial killer or a, narcissist or a pedophile as a boyfriend because it would be very difficult for me to trust my judgment again. BTW – you are supposed to focus on what you do want, not what you don’t – at least that’s what they say. This means I will end up fat with some sick fuck as my bf. GREAT!!! And it’s already after 9:45 pm too late for me to ever hope for something else. Ever!