Muscle Vs Emotion
The gap between the desks is two meters in the Muscle Companies, but the gap between the hearts and minds is two light years!
Self-alienation is a natural process.
Here is why:
Muscle Companies are dominated by men.
These companies usually have one brain and that brain belongs to the boss.
They are more profit-oriented than Emotion Companies and their definition of success is always numbers.
In the Muscle Companies, people never find or create the right place (position) for themselves. They chose the best available position that will give them the minimum harm.
People hide their real personalities in the Muscle Companies. They don’t focus on using their unique talents. Most of the people are not even aware of their unique talents. The black sheepization process starts if a person defies the system.
People work on “given” tasks, they can’t build their own strategy and they can’t use their inner language. The gap between the desks is two meters in Muscle Companies, but the gap between the hearts and minds is two light-years! Self-alienation is a natural process.
Since no one is working in their own unique style and their work is alike, each individual works with minimum efficiency and everyone is replaceable. The boss never understands that being unique is better than being replaceable. A Muscle Company rots like an apple day by day and employees feel this inside but they don’t care because no one cares for no one anyway.
People do not stand up against the boss and do not do what’s right for the company because the boss is Zeus and no one wants to taste a lightning bolt. People focus on doing the least hard task in maximum time so that the working hours are over in “peace”. People just care about what they earn in Muscle Companies and they don’t try to take the company one step further. Why should they do it when they feel completely worthless?
Muscle companies are usually successful in the short run and they usually lose in the long run.
Emotion Companies are not dominated by men.
These companies have numerous brains and even the founders do not respect a single “superior brain” idea.
They are less profit-oriented than the Muscle Companies and their definition of success is always “earning money by winning hearts and minds”.
In the Emotion Companies, people easily find or create the right place (position) for themselves. They choose or create the best position for their talents which the company also benefits.
People proudly show their real personalities in the Emotion Companies. They focus on using their unique talents. People are also encouraged to discover their unique talents. Constructive communication starts if a person defies the system.
People work on “their” tasks, they build their own strategy and they communicate with their unique inner language. The gap between the hearts and minds is much smaller than the gap between the desks. Standing like a tree as a team but growing like a unique leaf as an individual is a natural process in an Emotion Company.
Each individual works with maximum efficiency and people are never replaceable since they are working in their own unique style and their work is also unique. There is no “boss” to save the company from. An Emotion Company grows like an apple tree day by day and people feel this positive growth in them. They are proud to be a unique color on this tree.
People freely express their thoughts and do what’s right for the company. The boss is always Emotional Intelligence and no one expects a lightning bolt from any kind of “God”. People focus on doing the hardest task in minimum time because they simply enjoy challenging themselves with their own projects. People care about what they learn in Emotion Companies and they do anything to take the company one step further. Why not? They feel a sense of belonging!
Emotion Companies are usually successful in the long run. In the short-run, they try to find better ways to communicate and build a constructive company language.