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1-19-2009 @ 3:31PM
I need to add that people who are helpful and don't ask for the position are approached and asked if they want to be an officer. In addition to that, they have the choice to turn it down. They don’t have to take it.But lets think about this. At least the person asked is 1. appreciated 2. realizes that what he does in the guild is noticed. And if they accept the position, well then, you have someone who is going to get the work done. The person who demands the position and gets it.. What does that person learn? If you yell loud enough you get handed everything. Now that would make me resentful. If anyone walked along and said, “Hey give me give me give me,” and was given the position, I would be angry.
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