We're a place where coders share, stay up-to-date and grow their careers. It's critical that you understand on your team who has the final say. Here are some questions. Is the team leader's authority clear? I've worked on teams where the team leader didn't have the authority. The way I framed that is the team leader didn't have any teeth. They could make certain decisions, but whether anyone actually respected those decisions or followed through with those decisions was questionable.
The first stage is what most often comes to mind regarding parenting—the oversight of a minor. Morally, legally, and practically, the parent has direct oversight of the child. What often makes the transitionary period so difficult is we are unsure of who should have the final say.
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We often like to say that nobody can be the judge of us and that God has the final say. In this passage of scripture 1 Cor. Yet, within this same passage of scripture, Paul says it is a small thing to be judged by others 1 Cor. It would seem that he is not concerned with being judged by those he wrote to or even a human court. So, does Paul contradict himself? Why does Paul write this to the people of Corinth? Does what or how others think of you matter? As we grow up, many of us toughen up and thicken our skin to the point to where it does not matter what others think about us.