Looking across various internet forums, from time to time I see people asking a support question, and straight away they add their apology for their poor English.
Most of the time, the question, issue or general query is formed correctly. English and not native English speakers can read and understand what the author got on his mind. The addition to showing the author’s weakness in the language (where he is not an English speaker) is unnecessary.
Recently I found myself in an interesting situation at work.
I have been sitting comfortably on my office chair, slightly distanced from my desk, empty-looking on the computer screen that doesn’t display anything apart of my desktop with icons.
A bright observer from the “outside” can say that I am not doing anything, wasting time or even pretending I’m working. In reality, I got a brainstorm and debate with myself on how to do this and that.
This is how sometimes a job of Quality Manager looks like.