RE: motivation

From:"Jasper, Thomas"


Just for the record I did not perceive your remarks as sexist.  As a matter
of fact I have heard the same opinion voiced on numerous occasions. Men and
women tend to function differently in various settings. The sexes each have
their strengths and weaknesses.  It is unfortunate when people have a
perception that is not intended on your part.  I respect your opinion on the
subject as you are the one dealing with it.  Just so I am not perceived as
sexist it is interesting to note that there are seminars on various topics
(diet, health, etc.) where men are not allowed so that women are not
intimidated by their presence.  I believe that is a good idea.  The world is
a different place for men and women.  As a man if I work late and walk to my
truck in a dark parking lot my reality could be altered 180 degrees if I
were a woman.  That is not to say there aren't women out there that have
great skill in self defense etc. (better than my own) but many women would
feel differently in that situation than a lot of men would. Finally, I have
men and women working for me and they all do a great job. Of all the bosses
I've had prior to working here the best was a man.  I currently have a women
for a boss and she is excellent to work for and with. It goes both ways.

Thomas Jasper HT(ASCP) BAS
Anatomic Pathology Coordinator 
SMDC Clinical Laboratory
Duluth, MN

> -----Original Message-----
> From: []
> Sent:	Tuesday, March 11, 2003 10:07 AM
> To:;;
> Subject:	Re: motivation
> Sexiest, where did that come from?  I am certainly not sexiest.  I was
> merely making a comment, a joke so to speak--about how the site with all
> men seems to get everything done.

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