Synergy in the workplace probably starts with either one of two opposite concepts: first, pay all workers at the tip-top of their pay grade and feed them all, too. Then smile a lot and feed people more delicious food, especially desserts. The alternate route to synergy is (as I said prior), the opposing one: enslave them for free, and work towards a common cause, particularly a mutual enemy. There you have it: synergy — either at A.) a corporate workplace, or, B.) a start-up run by a 21 year-old NYU student (click here: www.viiaU.com).
Soooooo.....this was to be my first blog post. But it's actually my third, because I'm editing in descending order. Or was that descending testicle. Or — oh, never mind. I'm simply sitting here clicking away and Creating Content. Because if Content Is King, then I'm The Content Queen. I love content. I'm content with content. I also love what they called when I was in elementary school, "homonyms" now called "homophones" or something like that. Back then, gender-neutral wasn't even a concept. I hadn't heard of Christine Jorgensen then, and, even if 11 years later after the 3rd grade, I did meet Renee Richards, life in LA seemed more genteel. Uh-oh, don't get me started with life in LA in the 1960s and 70s. Or talking about genteel. Or gentile. There are places even the bravest of bloggers dare go.