Your friend asks if he can help you mow lawns, but he isn't a hard worker. What do you choose?
I know my friend isn't a very hard worker, but he is my friend. I need to decide whether to be loyal or ambitious.
I need some extra money, could I help you mow lawns?
If I am loyal, I will be a good friend, but I don't think my employer will like it. If I am ambitious, I will be helping my employer and myself, so hopefully my friend will understand.
My best option is to be ambitious. I want to help my friend, but I know the morally right thing is to do this job by myself and maybe help him find a different job.
Since he is a good friend, he understood. Depending on the situation, ambition is more important than loyalty.
I'm sorry, but I don't think this job is the best fit for you. I'm going to keep this job in order to do the best work, but I will help you find a different job!
I understand. Thanks!
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