DBENNVAhotmail.com Posted February 19, 2001 Share Posted February 19, 2001 Peeps, Have any of you had experiences where a boss, a subordinate, client or maybe just some of your close, &/or distant associates question your knowledge/competence-/credibility in a certain area. How do you all deal with such skepticism especially when it's unfounded. Do you just brush it aside, or do you commence to torching em'? I find that chilling, & letting results speak for themselves does best at putting these types of cat's on ice. Then after the fact it's like "Oh I always believed in you", or "I knew you could pull it off". That's why I admire cat's like Dr. Dre'. A few years back everyone had his music career assesed as being written off permanently. Then he came back and blew everybody away. Now one of his artist's is up for "Record Of The Year" at "The Grammy's", or something like that. Drama situation #2-cats' dippin out on P Diddy. But cat still rolls non-stop like the only thing holding him back out of his day is the time being wasted that's spent in court takin' away from time better spent networking, or pumping new tracks out. Got my admiration again. Performance under fire. Another situation is this local cat who's been producing around the way for a while. He works on some projects. They bomb, & then he comes back with a string of #1 hits. He does a little "Ghost Writing/Producing" to keep his touch, then slams the charts once again. Almost like he pulls a hit out da box at will. But you should hear peeps opinions rock back, & forth while his production career goes through these success failure swings. What's up with these nay sayers that are so judgemental? Comments please? Quantum! C/O DBENNVA@hotmail.com This message has been edited by DBENNVA@hotmail.com on 02-19-2001 at 04:58 AM Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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