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Unformatted text preview: here are some circumstances in which bringing one’s personal life to the job may be counterproductive, for many reasons it is a good idea to inject small doses of personal life into the workplace. 11. “When someone achieves greatness in any field — such as the arts, science, politics, or business — that person’s achievements are more important than any of his or her personal faults.”
“ ¥ Ö ¶ªA o¥ Ö ¶ªA 9 Ì€y ª ’ W I 2 ” 1n Every one has faults. We can not ignore one's achievement only because he or she has made some faults. Likewise, we can not neglect one's error when he or she achieves greatness in the field. 22 When it comes to which one is more important, the greatness or the faults, the final judgement should be based on the situation of the certain person. In fact, as far as I am concerned, it makes no sense to make such a judgement. 32 We should give a person fair and reasonable evalluation. It is imprudent n to say that the greatness one achieves in one field is necessarily more important than the faults he or she mak...
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- Spring '09