“You promised me you would do this but you didn’t. I depended on you. If you want me to trust you, you have to keep your promises.”
Your boss catches you doing a menial task that you both know you should delegate:
“I know. You told me not to take on so much work myself, and I am more. But I figured this would save time and I find it soothing, which helps me be more creative.”
A colleague berates you for a screw-up that you’re sure is not your fault:
“Wait a second. You should know to what extent I’m involved with this project. I take full responsibility for my part, but I had nothing to do with this, so I suggest you seek out the person in charge of it.”
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