A note about this limited edition print:
Many people make requests to others as if they are entitled to get these requests fulfilled. These people forget the opportunity cost that is introduced to the person fulfilling that request. For them it's just ONE request and the person SHOULD be able to fulfill that. What they forget is that on the other end, there may be a dozen requests from a dozen different people all of them thinking that it's just "ONE" request.
You can't change how people think and work. But it is your responsibility to sort through the clutter and attend to the most meaningful requests.
The "ignore" part is deliberately put in to take this print to the edge. Obviously you won't "ignore" the request as in not respond at all. A good approach would be to help people understand what you can do and what you can't so that they learn to make meaningful requests to you.
Where to use it:
In Your Office: As a reminder to take care of yourself as you take care of others.
In Your Cube: As a reminder to everyone visiting to NOT make meaningless requests.
In the Conference Room: Reminder to everyone having meetings there - to respect each other.
More About this Print:
Printed on acid-free art paper, matte finish.
8.5" x 11" Limited edition. Signed. Only 499 prints.
Note: $5 donated (for every sale) to one of my favorite charities - Room to Read