Radical Self-Confidence? This Woman Made a Typo in an Email but Isn’t Going to Quit Her Job

In a remarkable display of self-confidence, 29-year-old Marcy Ube is choosing to keep her job, in spite of the fact that she used “their” instead of “they’re” in a work email.

 

As most of us would have surely jumped off the nearest bridge after submitting our resignation letter, we’re simply in awe of her unwavering self-confidence. Again, we simply would have died in her position.

 

“You know, mistakes happen, and my coworkers know that this was just a random mistake when I was typing quickly,” Marcy said. “It’s really good to be able to laugh at yourself sometimes.”

 

We laugh at ourselves all the time, Marcy! But we also deeply hate ourselves and that’s why we need you to explain how this works.

 

When we asked Marcy where she gets her unbridled confidence from, she responded, “I don’t know, I just don’t think my self-worth is determined by a mistake that had like, no effect on the work I do.”

 

What a great point, Marcy! We would have still quit our jobs in shame and pursued a career in just kind of sitting there hating ourselves forever!

 

Marcy has also been known to call people out when they treat her badly, and even break up with men who don’t respect her, which we find absolutely, psychotically brave.

 

 

“I mean, yeah, you don’t?” Marcy added. “Seriously? You don’t? Oh my god.”

 

In the end, Marcy knows she has a job to do and that her coworkers value her presence and input at work.

 

“Also, it’s not like I can just quit my job or something,” Marcy added. “We’re kind of in a recession and I do have to pay rent and all.”

 

We stan a woman who has given herself the gift of forgiveness!