The idea is to do something that most people don’t know about, and that’s an example of self-defeating. The idea of self-defeating is to make yourself feel that you don’t deserve anything, and that your every action is just as important as the reason you are doing it.
In a nutshell, a self-defeating behavior is one that you are unwilling to do something because you are concerned that you would be a loser, or that you would be a bad person if you did it. Self-defeating behavior is also a behavior that you are unable to change, and therefore you cannot be held accountable for your actions.
In a company that is one of the most profitable in the world, it is not uncommon for executives to become self-defeating. In fact, it seems that CEO’s use many strategies to avoid being self-defeating. In most cases they use “embezzlement” as one of the strategies. Embezzlement involves taking money from the company without authorization, or making illegal payments to people who then do things to damage the company.
Embezzlement is by far one of the biggest threats to executives. The main reason is that it is the fastest way to ruin a company, because it is extremely easy to prove. Just give a CEO a little something, and he will be in court for a month, or at the very least fired. The company could lose all their money and face bankruptcy. I am no lawyer, but it seems to me that it is extremely easy for a CEO to get fired in this manner.
Embezzlement is certainly a huge problem. It is one of the worst crimes that can happen to an organization, and it is much harder to prove than fraud. Unfortunately, an executive who is caught with embezzled funds, not only loses all their funds, but they can also be suspended from office for 20 years and fined over $1 million.
I don’t know of any CEO that would not lose their job for embezzlement, but the odds of that happening are extremely slim. If you’ve ever worked for a company that was caught in this situation, you understand that there is no simple way to prove embezzlement.