Friday, October 15, 2010
Just another day...
Last week was one hell of a ride , I was up, down and most of the time tossed and almost thrown overboard. I just hold on tight with high spirit but anchored my feet in the ground, and that worked for me.
I don't want to speak about the details but i would like to share what i learned.
"Put your heart in everything you do and make it always your best, allow your self to shine but never ever think that you are indispensable".
Sometimes we tend to take our job easy and treat it like we don't care, but beware if the management see's there's no difference if you're in or out they always have the time and authority to fire you. I say love what you do and never settle for "PWEDE NA YAN" output, for even the hardest job would just be like eating peanuts as long as you put your heart in to it, and if you love it you'll never want to settle for the second best.
If you did the best of what you can do and offer, never ever think that you are indispensable unless you own the business but too much bossiness might also lead to a day when no one would like to work for you. I say put your heart into it but never to put it in your head.
Sometimes if we excel and reach the pinnacle of what we do, the praises, rewards and honors we receive tend to blow our heads out of proportion and if not controlled might literally blow us into pieces. Always have your feet anchored to the ground and share the glory and credit to your team and friends.
Consider your team and friends as your life support, with out them you could not function effectively though you function independently. Your team could break your fall and your friends could cushion the fall.
I learned a lot though i didn't learn everything yet, for learning is a never ending process that would benefit you if you keep on listening and practice what you've been taught.
I resigned not because i lost the battle but because i lingered too long in my comfort zone. You can never put a good man down, and next week is a new beginning for me as i stand up against the challenge of a new career.
Good luck to me and to the company i will be associated with and foresee the great days ahead.
I just have one question about this post "did i make sense?"...