Why My Mother Is A Bossy Woman?

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“Do this, so that” my mother is a bossy woman. All the work she does have to be perfect, so the employees have hard time being bossed around by her at work. I thought she was a person like that ever since. What I heard from my grandparents, it was a whole different story. She used to be a modest and a quiet person. Also, she never worked for someone or made people work, so I guess she didn’t know anything about the outside world where all people are busy with business. Her life has changed when she met my father and married him. And today, she does not stop changing.
When my mother was young, she had a dream of being the best traditional dancer in Korea. All she did was practice dance moves and her parents had her back in every way. When she
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After moving in, she started a small manufacturing and wholesale business. The business was slow for few years, but she kept on working hard with my father and the business finally got big. She became bossier as the business got bigger, and then the problem occurred. Some of the employees had complains about it and planned to quit all at once.
After all the troubles, she figured she shouldn’t be so bossy and find another way of treating people in work. She got help from my father by having many conversations and figuring out a way to control her angers and bossing around the employees. This is a fight that she still has today. I think this would be her home work for her life, because by changing, her business will prosper so soon and big.
Now that she has so many experiences, she will be able to be a good business woman. She may still have hard time with her personality; because that is how she has been the whole years she has been married. I can see that she is trying her best and the business that my parents have is prospering as the time goes on. My mother’s change can have a big impact in their businesses and they both know that. I trust that she will do better as the time goes on because I know what she knows about

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