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Elite Daily had a fascinating read, as usual. This one is about you and the evil aspects of your Zodiac sign.

Mine is as follows. But after you judge me, don’t you want to know your evil score? Check it out…and also watch Barbies have s*x as your sign (tres interesting):

Aquarius – Cold calculating elitists.

An aquarius is not one to be f*cked with. Generally they are very detached and you might actually be able to avoid meeting one, since they aren’t all that interested in what other people are doing. But on the evil side, they can be tactless, self-absorbed and erratic.

They will run from problems and deny their mistakes, but they’ll never let you do the same. They’ll remember your mistakes forever, and even after you’ve apologized they’ll remind you of them years afterward.

Evil Scale: 6.0

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For all of the opinions I’ve had in business, and there have been many many many across industries, I’ve been taught to be quiet and, statistically, by male leaders. Especially if I had a different opinion than the CEO.

After this happens a few times, I stop saying anything. I watch destruction. I don’t care.

It’s not that I’m always right, but I know certain things very well. Things that I don’t know, I research extensively. When sharing my thoughts, if someone isn’t receptive, I refrain. I retain my knowledge and save it for another company, another cause.

I have a file of every business decision I’ve made as a superior and every that I’ve offered as a subordinate. In retrospect, there is a lot of #winning material and some that is just crap. But the difference is, as a superior, I was trusted and given free reign to execute; as a subordinate, I had many ideas dismissed but later implemented by others without credit or acknowledgement. That is the stopping point.

You can have my silence. You can sit and wonder in the presence of my silence. Forever.

I will keep my ideas.

Always Thinking. Not for you.


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