Some things you should consider before hitting on or trying to date your employees, or co-workers if you work for someone else. What you should do if things get real physical one night after work, but then she goes back to an old boyfriend.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who wants to hook up with a woman who works for him. They were friends for about a year before he hired her. They made out one night, but after a long weekend she says she’s now trying to work it out with her ex boyfriend. He asks what he should do now.
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“When we become emotionally invested in or attached to someone, something or some outcome we want in life, we tend to see what we want to see while ignoring all kinds of red flags and warning signs that things are not as we believe them to be. One of life’s greatest challenges is to see reality as it is so we can make good decisions, instead of making bad decisions based upon either seeing reality as better than it is, or worse than it is. You can ignore reality, but not the consequences of ignoring reality.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne