I’m back to binge watching “Project Runway”.
A show where 10 clothing designers are in the race of winning a fashion fund.
For each challenge they get a bunch of money to buy fabrics at a high quality store.
Yet, some critics from the judges would contain “And what’s with that fabric, it just looks terrible!”.
I’m not really into fashion, but recently I saw someone wearing tiger print leggings and a dress with a tiger on it and thought the same.
It does make me wonder however, whose fault is it actually?
Is the the buyer?
Or the one that put something terrible like that on the market?
Have you ever been blamed by a senior colleague or manager for not doing the work “as good as they” do?
But honestly, isn’t it their responsibility to teach you the needed skills? Provide you with the necessary training?
They should know who they are hiring (and under paying).
What about the person who has been you provoking you long enough until your internal bomb bursts ?
I bet people would suggest you to do anger management therapy?
Society has made it easy for us to blame someone.
But maybe sometimes we should take a moment and think about