It's been a week since I started my work life.
But it feels like it's been a month.
I'd admit, the work life isn't easy at all.
Well, as if being new to the job wasn't difficult enough,
(Having to learn everything from scratch, applying everything taught immediately
with no whatsoever training provided)
I have to face scary customers everyday.
I honestly feel like I go to work with fear everyday.
Yes, I'm a pussy like that.
There were so many moments where I felt like quitting because
I actually can, and even my parents asked me to because
the job is taking way too much time out of me and I can't
carry out my post A's plans that I had before A's even happened.
But, I didn't.
One of the main reasons why I didn't, is because of the nice colleagues and managers
that I have in this job. They're not only patient with me but extremely funny as well.
Also, I feel like I shouldn't be a quitter. I should perservere till the end.
And if I manage to master this set of skills, it'd be quite an accomplishment.
One thing for sure though, I'd be quitting slightly earlier than the date stated
in my ( 6 months) contract
because I feel like I need the time to carry out my post A's plans
and my university matters.
Now, this is the tricky part. My manager told me that a normal person
takes at least 6 months to master the majority of the skills
needed in this job.
So here's what I intend to do.
I intend to conquer all odds, and try learning the
"majority" of the skills needed in 2 months and
at least try to be of great service for the people who hired me
for the next 2/2.5 months
before I tender my resignation.
How does that sound?
Well, I kind of have to make this happen.
All I can do right now is to
work hard everyday and not give up.
Seems like there's no such thing as an obstacle-free
I GOT THIS (.....)