The first principle:
The boss is always right. If you want to succeed in the job, keep in mind that the boss is the boss, and what he says, thinks and does is right. So flattery is the first condition for success. If you do not have this quality, you must always have the courage to start from scratch.
The second principle:
Dogs and humans have many traits in common, but the most admirable trait is loyalty. Your unconditional loyalty is essential to being a successful employee. A loyal employee has the same position in the organization as a dog in a drawing-room in covered families. This loyalty must be unconditional. Now it’s up to you what you want.
The third principle:
Always carry a packet of blue band butter. Butter is the only healthy food that is essential for human health as well as material development. Apply butter whenever the senior’s mood worsens. If there is no benefit, then what money have you given, which I will return?
The fourth principle:
If you are an employee of a private company, be prepared mentally that even if you have supernatural powers, you cannot satisfy your employer. Even if you die to please him, it will be said that he did not die properly. So even after doing your best and using your full potential, be prepared for harsh criticism, that this is part of your grooming. Which will make you Quaid-e-Azam, but your pockets will be empty.
The fifth principles:
It is your job to discover what that is and to bring it about. Accountability in the world is only your responsibility. And you are in this world responsible for breaking the policy. Considering yourself a soldier of God, keep working on this basis, that if not in this world, then in the next world, there will be revenge.
The sixth principle:
Keep your ears open and your mouth closed. Obedience is the most important principle of success. So mix yes with no and keep the beak closed. This is a tried and tested tip for keeping masters happy. If there is itching in the tongue, keep yourself out of the reach of seniors. Otherwise, you may require to see a doctor if your condition worsens.
The Seventh principle:
Don’t make the mistake of thinking you are human. Since you are an employee of an organization, you have no right, whether you are sick and sudden, or if you have a movie, as time permits, sorrow and joy are all forbidden to you. Think of yourself as a reporter, and work hard, avoiding frivolous excuses.
The eighth principle:
Mistakes are unacceptable and unforgivable. The mistake is human nature, but an employee is not human. Therefore, no mistake can be expected of him. Nor is it likely to be forgiven. The question of explanation does not arise; what is impossible is how to explain it. So never make a mistake, it’s a question of your credibility.
The ninth principle:
Think of your dog as a dog, and he can’t be Tommy. If something is said against the boss’s temperament, then it is against the policy to do it, but if the boss does the same thing himself or his spoon, then understand that his dog is always Tommy. It is better for you to understand this. Don’t waste time trying to prove your dog is Tommy.
The tenth and last principle:
The financial problems of the company are yours, but your financial problems have nothing to do with the company. You are loyal to the organization, and the organization is not loyal to you. Therefore, in case of late payment of salary, in case of not getting proper increment, understand the problems of the company. The policy is a policy and is the same for everyone. No one is exempt from this. It is good in being selfless, so deal with your problems in silence. The organization has hired you for its own convenience, not to solve your problems.