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If You Only Knew What You Really Do | The Truth Behind the Person ‍

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If you spend a majority of your time at work, it’s likely that you’ll build friendships there. You might even grow close to some of your coworkers. And while these relationships can be beneficial and rewarding, they can also have their drawbacks. In fact, being friends with your coworkers can be challenging at times, particularly if you don’t trust them or feel like they might be trying to undermine you in some way. At the end of the day, however, these are people that you spend several hours with every week and probably see as more than just coworkers. If this is the case for you, it might be helpful to remember these 5 things if you only knew what you really do: The truth behind the person who sits next to you.

They might be working with someone else to get ahead.

One thing that you may want to consider is the possibility that your coworker might be working with someone else (or others) to get ahead. While you might think that you’re just a team that works together, there’s an interesting dynamic that exists when you have a team of people who all want to get promoted at the same time.

While it can be good to have people around you who want to succeed and be great at their job, it can also be frustrating if you feel like they’re stepping on your toes or trying to take credit for your hard work. You don’t want to ignore this or assume that it isn’t happening because it might be a bigger issue than you think. The best thing you can do is try to ignore the drama, focus on doing a great job, and try not to get caught up in the “we” and “they” mentality that might be happening around you.

You don’t know everything about their job or responsibilities.

You might be good friends with your coworkers, but that doesn’t mean that you know everything about their job or all of the responsibilities they have. In fact, it would be rather odd to know every single thing your coworkers have on their plate and what they are responsible for. In fact, you might be surprised at just how much goes on behind the scenes at your company that you don’t know about. This can also be the case when it comes to coworkers. You might know a lot about the work that one person does but know very little about what another person does for a living. This is completely normal and just how most workplaces operate.

They might not like some of the things you do at work.

Even if you’re best friends with your coworkers, this doesn’t mean that they like every single thing that you do at work. They’re probably just being nice when they tell you that everything is great and that they love everything. In all likelihood, though, there is at least one thing that they don’t like that you do at the office. This might be something that you don’t even notice or don’t think about, but it could be something that really annoys them. If you want to be successful at work, though, it’s important to consider the fact that not everyone will like everything that you do. This doesn’t mean that you need to change everything about yourself, but it can be helpful to consider the fact that not everyone will like everything that you do.

They likely have a lot on their plate and are very busy.

Along with the fact that you don’t know everything about your coworker and they might not like all of the things you do, it’s important to remember that they likely have a lot on their plate and are very busy. This doesn’t mean that they don’t care about you, but just that they are likely very busy and have a lot on their plate to get done each day.

If you find yourself growing frustrated with your coworker and they don’t seem to be as available to you as you’d like, remember that they are likely very busy and have a lot on their plate. This doesn’t mean that they don’t care about you or want to be friends with you, but just that they have a lot of responsibilities and a lot of things on their plate. Be patient, and remember that it is OK for them to not be there for you all of the time.

Just because they’re sitting next to you doesn’t mean they know what you do every day.

You might think that just because you’re coworkers, your friend knows what you do every day. After all, you’re sitting next to each other every day and they see you at work. This might be the case, but it might also not be true. Just because you’re constantly around one another doesn’t mean that your coworker knows exactly what you do every single day. You might be surprised at how few people know what you do on a day-to-day basis. And that’s OK. You don’t have to tell everyone what exactly you do every day nor do you have to feel like you have to justify your job or responsibilities to anyone. At the end of the day, the only person that you have to answer to is your manager.

Conclusion

At the end of the day, these are people that you spend several hours with every week and probably see as more than just coworkers. If this is the case for you, it might be helpful to remember these 5 things if you only knew what you do: The truth behind the person who sits next to you.

These are all things that you should keep in mind if you only knew what you do. And while it can be tempting to get frustrated with your coworkers and feel like they’re trying to tear you down, it’s important to remember that these are people that you spend several hours with every week and that they’re likely not trying to get you in any way.

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