once I am consistantly producing the required result
I begin to rework the "accepted, company" way of doing things
and with results that are nearly 100% perfect (and usually exceed the desired quality that was expected before)
to work by myself. in my own little bubble. and to always make radical improvements to operations and processes
it's a standard M.O. for me at a job
until at some point higher management moves me into a position where I'm having to be responsible for others, to teach them "my process of ingenuity/work ethic"
yeah I guess, I'd rather be doing the thing than teaching somebody else to do it
teaching is kind of boring and frustrating because the other people always suck
I do like the part of writting out, step by step, my process so that even a certified retard could do the same (if he just follows step1 to stpe2 to step3 by the letter)
and personally, it was that process of refinement that was my joy in life.
not as people, but as how they do my job. they take my process of doing things in 1/4-1/2 the time (while having plenty of time to fuck off) and start bloating it back up into this bullshit inefficient process that I had to learn and fix in the first place
so like, if people didn't bloat the instructions and fuck them up over time. I wouldn't have anything to refine when I start