No drug habits or mental illness is a plus too...
Tell that to the Bipolar Bears.
I think what he meant by that is: generally good managers are looking for people who at least usually make it on time to shit, and don't have endless justifications for 'why shit never got dunn'.
Nah, I think he actually meant no drug habits or mental illness.
Self explanatory advice? Put in that context, that would make it really bad, uninformed advice. Being far too general to be of any real use in this thread.
I doubt too many people here (including those affected themselves) can even recognise the difference between bona-fide personality aspects and real behavioral symptoms of an actual illness, habit or disorder.
I think it needs to be said at this point: that most metal illnesses can be managed so as not to disrupt routines or one's ability to conduct themselves competentaly in social/work environments.
Really shit advice without context.
If my example doesn't relate to symptoms
that Heath is supposedly referring to, could you provide a better example Joel?