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Mean Coworkers African Proverbs

Mean Coworkers African Proverbs

Ten evil coworkers African proverbs that will help you identify mean coworkers and ten what to do with evil coworkers proverbs from Africa that will help you survive a wicked coworkers mental attack.

Mean Coworkers African Proverbs

Evil Coworkers African Proverbs. Bad coworkers are not just a negative financial issue for the company; an evil coworker can have a powerful impact on your mental wellbeing. 

Your instincts pay attention to all spiritual things big and small, and can sense a bad coworkers’ true evil nature before your voice can form the words. Your spirit sensitivity is a strength that is put into place by the universe to protect your spiritual mental wellbeing from wicked coworkers and poor working environments.

Ten evil coworkers African proverbs that will help you identify malicious coworkers.

He pulls at a long rope who desires another’s death.

Like the tusk and teeth of an elephant, one set for show and another for use.

He does a good day’s work that rids himself of a fool.

A snake is never grateful.

A dog is brave at his own door.

African Proverb

Those who refuse to obey cannot command.

None so busy as those who do nothing.

Rotten wood cannot be carved.

The good-looking fruit could be rotten inside.

The wise chief does not eat from two sides.

Ten what to do with evil coworkers African proverbs that will help you survive a malicious coworkers attack.

To rude words deaf ears.

However strong the grain, it cannot break the cooking pot.

To wash a donkey’s tail is loss of time and soap.

An army of sheep led by a lion can defeat an army of lions led by sheep.

The spider and fly cannot make a bargain.

The spider and fly cannot make a bargain.

The lion does not turn around when a small dog barks.

Only the dumb dog chases a flying bird.

Don't trust the key of the hen house to the cat.

It is better to weep with the wise than to sing with the fool.

No hyena deserves to be entertained twice.

One should either become a pillar or lean against one. African Proverb

Nasty coworkers can have a powerful impact on your mental wellbeing and evil coworkers proverbs from Africa contain the essence of moral truth and practical lesson drawn from real life on how to spot and survive an evil coworkers attack.

When people reveal themselves, don’t pretend you didn’t hear what was said.

Mean Coworkers African Proverbs

Our ten favorite quotes about work and coworkers.

By the work one knows the workman. - Jean de La Fontaine

A poor worker quarrels with their tools. – Unknown

Every one is the person of their own works. – Spanish Proverb

Can we wonder that men perish and are forgotten, when their noblest and most enduring works decay. - Decimius Magnus Ausonius

The sick soul must work its own cure. - Karl Ferdinand Gutzkow

Diligent working makes an expert worker. – Spanish Proverb

Education begins its work with the first breath of the child. - J . P. Richter

Every noble work is at first impossible. - Thomas Carlyle

Faith without works is like a bird without wings. - Francis Beaumont

A goat herder becomes a goat herder by working with goats.– African Proverb

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