CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Word Count: 266
Write about losing control.
I don’t lose control; it is part of my job, in fact, to maintain it. If everybody just went running around a crime scene willy nilly then it would become contaminated and messed up amongst other things and then the case would never be solved. Order in my life is an important thing to have because it keeps everything in its place and ensures that every single thing runs smoothly. Unlike some, order is something I actually value in life.
If I did lose control, especially at some major points in my life, things would not have gone very well for me, if any well at all. And now, if I did lose control over something in my daily life, then the same thing would happen. I am Supervisor of a whole shift of people, which means I have to be responsible, I have to be in control. Ultimately it is up to me to make sure that cases are solved, or at least worked on to the best of the abilities of the people trying to solve them. At the end of the day anything bad that happens on my shift has a very large chance of being likely to fall on me, so if I don’t lose control of my team, then things will work out ok. And that’s what I do, I maintain order on the Dayshift, I see to it that we don’t make the kind of mistakes, if any, that the Nightshift has made. That’s what always makes us better than them, the fact that we are, indeed, more in control.