What Would YOU Do?

Today I am sharing a short excerpt from yesterday’s entry on The John Maxwell Company. I am sharing the intro, but am encouraging you to click on this link and read the rest. You certainly will not regret it. Enjoy… and pOnder!

The following moral/ethical dilemma supposedly was included on an actual job application:

You are driving down the road at night during a torrential downpour, when you pass by a bus stop. Three people are waiting for the bus:

1) An elderly lady who looks as if she needs medical attention.

2) A longtime friend who once saved your life.

3) The man/woman of your dreams (assume you’re unmarried)

Which one would you offer a ride, knowing that only one additional passenger can fit in your tiny car? Explain your answer.

You could pick up the elderly lady, because she looks as if she needs to go to the hospital. However, you don’t know the lady, and this could be the perfect chance to pay back the friend who had saved your life. Then again, you may never be able to find the man/woman of your dreams again…

Allegedly, the candidate who eventually was hired gave the following answer:

“I would give the car keys to my friend and let him take the lady to the hospital while I stayed behind and waited for the bus with the woman of my dreams.”

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Tyo says:

    nice answer!

  2. sharon says:

    Haha
    I agree- Good answer! 🙂

  3. DeMorrieaux says:

    My first reaction was.. “Duhhh.. of course help the old lady” but the actual response makes more than perfect sense.. 😉

    Creative wisdom at work lol

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