Many of us have jobs. All of us have lives. And one thing that’s true about any job, or any life, is that sometimes you wake up in the morning and you just don’t have it. You can feel that it’s going to be a bad day on the radio.

Maybe you’re groggy. Or hung over. Maybe you have a headache or are just in one of those funks and no matter what you do, it’s hard to get it going!

For whatever reason, there are times when it’s simply a bad day, and they happen at random. They can come right after a series of normal days, or right after a great one. It’s all part of the experience of being human.

To maintain mental health, it’s important to  learn not to let the a bad day define you as a personality.

And if you’re a manager or program director, it’s your job to manage those bad days.

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A Bad Day For Radio Talent

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