Lessons Learned from Bad Teacher

There are marketing lessons to be learned absolutely everywhere. I recently watched the movie Bad Teacher and aside from  being completely hysterical (i.e., a teacher with mini bottles in her desk for starters) I thought there were a couple of business takeaways from this comedy.

Making up stories to make yourself look better usually doesn’t pan out. Be your fabulous authentic self. People will love you or they won’t. The bottom line is that people work with people they like and will gravitate to that. In other words, do not spread rumors that a coworker is a disaster because eventually it will come around and bite you in the A$$ (Bad Teacher).

Throw a five minute pity party. In entrepreneur land, there are bad days along with the good. If you do not have a colleague to lean on throw yourself a five minute pity party.and move on. I not saying however throw a fit and then decide to go out and get a 10K boob job to make yourself feel better (Bad Teacher).

Stealing is wrong. Always give credit where credit is due. Most people actually like being quoted and having their companies cited in articles, etc. And, if you do not know the source simply refer to where you found the information. I believe in karma and that all actions will have consequences. So, if you decide to steal your co workers desk only to have the police later discover marijuana and mini bottles in a false drawer  (Bad Teacher), whose fault is it anyway?

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