I should, you should, we should not should. Should this, should that, should not should.
Should is an empty word. It is a word that is filled with intention, but lacks action. The very nature of the word is exactly that. It’s intent. You see, should is simply us projecting an idea, on to someone else. “YOU KNOW WHAT YOU SHOULD DO?”. It’s not my problem, but here is a problem for you.
Have you ever had a friend who is a delegator? That sort of treats you like you’re their assistant? This is SHOULD, at it’s best.
Instead of SHOULD, let’s just DO. Or at least offer an idea, instead of being so darn bossy with no intention of helping out. Alternatives that might be helpful here are NEED, WANT, CONSIDER.