It’s our 2nd internal episode and we’re again talking on the flipside. Erm? Now wait, this feels kind a odd and wrong. We are talking on the inside. Yeah that’s it. Seems like talking and writing in a foreign language deserves a certain degree of failure tolerance. And that is not always pleasant. Pfiuuh so much emotions running through our bodies but hey, isn’t that the essence of being human?
Humans feel and can talk about these feelings to connect with our humans. Sounds like a natural thing, doesn’t it. But from our angle we often discover that there is a certain alien planet, where this natural behaviour seems often to be missing. Let’s call this planet “work”.
Whenever the rocket starts to launch heading to this outer world, people put on their jumpsuits to protect themselves. Seems logical that there is a protection needed. At work we have to be “professional”. Corrrect?
Most definitions of “professional” don’t include the praxis of “showing emotions”. Even more, “being professional” is often promoted as “under control”. One could even exaggerate it as “being emotional detached”.
Your daily team pleads for a revolution. Let’s put up for a whole new definition of “being professional” and mix in the human factor. Let’s integrate the outer with inner world and work for a more natural ambient at work. A habitat for the human species and without the need to put on the non-emotional masks.
So now your ready to dive in and follow our unscripted and therefor very free flow dynamic discussion. We don’t call it Schnitzel, we call it:
“Episode 19: Human @ Work”
Feedback, questions, etc. can be beamed into the orbit or send via mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greetings to all humans from your most beloved alien space crew.
Cpt. Rossmann, Commander Baker and Lt. Magoley
PS: Kudos go to Counselor Kaschub for the warp amplified input regarding our topic of the month & Welcome to the bridge.
PPS: Kudos as well to all other mind infusion activists (Theresa, Moritz, Gregor, Carmen,…). You are the best.
The Knowledge Project
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