I'm getting to the point where I can't help but wonder... what is with the 'armchair quarterbacks' of the world? What is the sudden urge to coach on those who are doing the things they have done a million times on their own?
A prime example would be at work, with me on the forklift. I've moved a good number of things around the building, into the building, out of the building... you get the idea. Every time any one of the other employees needs this particular forklift, they don't just wait patiently. They wait patiently, look bored, then approach as to make an appearance. I'm ok with that, considering we all have to look busy. But, when they feel compelled to approach and 'guide' me into whatever it is that I'm grabbing, or where ever it is that I'm setting it down, I get a little annoyed. That is when I get distracted by their incomprehensible hand signals and bump into things.
So, it has me thinking. What is that urge to tell people how to do the things that have already been done to death?