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[1: 1,691 of 10,000] How Dare I To Mock Employees

In Article on February 28, 2016 at 12:15 AM

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I believe that the ultimate aim for an employee is to become an employer, that to me is the ultimate goal and an evidence of success. I see employees (including me who is currently) as a beginner, who has lots to learn, and not done.

I grew up with parents who were managing their own businesses so that to me is the true epitome, you are your own boss, and doesn’t need to be dictatated by other’s rules. Being feisty, aggressive, in good amount is good otherwise flawed. An employer must recognise that he needs to be humble and need others to come up with better ideas, to collaborate with other great minds, and to establish rules that is not ruled by ego like who thought of it or in power to implement it or as silly as who said it first but because it is the right way to accomplish a business goal.

No matter where you are, what I am right now like an employee, I should pay respect. To honour the work of my hands and enjoy the journey. I do see the future for every employee who may strive to have their own business but not necessarily because they can run or manage a business on their own but with the help of trusted people.

May we always have the desire, ambition, to grow bigger.

 

 

[1: 1,473 of 10,000] Do I Follow?

In Article on May 21, 2015 at 9:18 PM

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How many chances do you give to another person? I know God was way too gracious that He has given me million of chances to be forgiven, so do I have to do the same to someone?

My opinion is people has to live to grow better for as long as they live. I have a former boss and I felt like I am no longer learning from him and that I have given all I have that the only way for me to move forward in my personal life is to move myself out of his company. I told him that he needs to be more inspiring and do good because I honestly couldn’t find a good reason to go back and yet he pursues until now that I should work for him again. I couldn’t blame him, he has seen me dedicated with my work and love the company as my own; I even felt like I cared for the company more than he did, which eventually pushed me to leave it once and for all, as I no longer rave for my leader.

He said he has changed and I could tell him what do I want him to do to prove it just so that I will go back. I wasn’t sure he has changed for the better. I wasn’t sure it is even right that I ask him to prove anything at this point. He did ask that why don’t I try again and see for myself and yet just the thought of going back to the company bring back the stress and hurt. I am scared to repeat everything and yet the hopeful part of my mind is challenging me to be more courageous, that I should be better than that, to give him a chance that I believe he has changed.

I like to comfort myself that he is capable of managing the company without me. Of course he can do it even if he does believed we built it together. He was saying I left the child that couldn’t even walk on its own and I really believed that if I don’t leave, that brain child company would ceased to live, because it will lose its father; yeah he was the father and I was the mother and we have a child that needed love, love that should essentially come not from a dispensable mother but from its own everlasting owner and father.

When the trust got lost along the way and there was cheating involved, I do question a person’s integrity. I know people change, I know that I forgive him, but can a business relationship really start once again from a clean slate? I know that I am not going to last in that company as I have a different track to pursue, so I do not see the point of going back? I am hesitant even if I think I will be doing him a favour to boost his confidence that someone like me who he looks up for validation believed him. He lies a lot to so many people, in different occasions just to get what he wants, I couldn’t take my mind off that this isn’t one of them.

How do you test a man if he doesn’t lie anymore? Is it worth it for me at this point? I am not his guardian angel. He’s a grown man and he should be well aware to distinguish what’s bad from what’s the right thing to do even if it’s difficult. Is this really one of my purpose on this earth, to support him? Do I need to be kind knowing that he needed me more than I need him right now?

I am torn because as much as I don’t want to admit I love him and the company.

[1: 944 of 10,000] So It’s You

In Article on February 28, 2013 at 11:59 PM

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I’ve come to that age where I barely want to move from one company to another. I am in my nth job and I told to myself this is the second to the last employment of my entire lifetime, the next job is another one last stepping stone, and then I am committing to become an entrepreneur and a high paid consultant. I am a bit dying inside because of fatigue, lack of personal life, and crazy brain cells working all the time but my drive to get it and perfect it do not stop me. I am swallowing my pride to be the best help because one day if I am hiring someone for help I want that person to be as dedicated as me.

I like supporting people with their dreams. I like making things work. I like creating magic. I am not quitting this time even if the odds are unlikely. I have such a lucky superior right now that I am sticking to a real commitment… Until next year anyway. I am treating this company as my own because I see its soul, I am engaged, and I am invited to see everything with barely little filter. I feel it breathing to life. I want it to work perfectly so bad. It’s my baby. I am making myself love this even if it’s not want I want right now. I got my brain, my desire, my experience, my sense of responsibility – it should work. Be the first at something I never thought I would like to be part of.

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[1: 816 of 10,000] Hug Is A Good Sign

In Journal on October 29, 2012 at 11:54 PM

My possibly new BOSS and I are comfortable to hug one another. It was just 2 hugs before the job interview and after the job interview today.

Hug is a good thing right? It denotes trust and sincere support. He knew about my Mum’s passing so it was actually a very warm gesture.

He is a big man and I feel like a little kid as he gives me a bear hug. I respect him and there is nothing malicious about the act. He is adorable who likes to say ‘shit’ – I could influence him to drop that word eventually. Could I? Should I?

I like change. There are few things to iron especially questionable matter and possibly affecting the family vacation.

God help me. Please send the Holy Spirit to enlighten me and give me the right wisdom to proceed. Thank you Lord.