It’s you that makes you an asshole

Often people jump to pegging an asshole based on social status, economic status, or appearance. These are all wrong to use as indicators for who or what an asshole is. First define who or what you consider an asshole. (No not me, for those that are thinking it to themselves) this will depend on your perception and the situation but a key indicator for me is:

A) A person or people that impact another person or persons in a negative fashion with no remorse or consideration for their actions.

B) A person or people that are just down right rude or aggressive by nature without warrant for their behavior.

There are many different versions of the above but I think that makes it a generalized enough definition to use in this rant / blog. STOP you may already be asking if you’re the asshole?

Fear not, it is a pretty good sign you are not one of the assholes if by this point you show any concern over being an asshole. An asshole would be reading this and think “not me” “I deserve to be the center of attention all the time” and “I am right all the time“. If you are a parent this applies to YOUR children and their behavior.

What? No? How am I responsible for my children? I can’t control them!

True enough it may be too late as you are an asshole and most likely you brought another generation of assholes into the gene pool. Thank you very much. If however it is not to late try wrangling in your behavior and then your kids behavior. You will be surprised how you stop getting dirty looks when you and your kids are out in public.

So then how do you determine who or how not to be an asshole? It is relatively easy put people around you before yourself when deciding what you are about to do or say. This doesn’t mean you never get your way it means you are being respectful of this around you.

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My Disney dream job

During my time here in Disneyland I have seen Cast Members with jobs in all positions, from costumed to cleaners. Characters and even managers walking the parks. The ones that I see taking the most time with guests are the security and the street sweepers / cleaning crew.

I have always said I would rather do any customer service job if:

A) It paid like it should. Most people give me a stunned look when I say this. Customer service mistakenly is seen as a entry level position and frankly it is not. It should be something you work your way up to. Customer service is the front line of your company.

B) The hours were actually desirable. Unless you are a law firm or a bank most customer service positions are when it’s convenient to the customer, as it should be.

So what would my Disney dream job be?

I would say hands down I would love to be a street sweeper / cleaner. The interaction with guests all shift, the chance to be part of their experience, you could not find more rewarding work anywhere.

Maybe one day when I retire or if there is a lottery win coming my way! For now I will have to keep doing trips to Disney and dreaming of my dream job here!

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