Inspiration for today's blog is Goldie's last post: https://dailyflabbergast.wordpress.com/2018/06/11/employees-making-big-time-decisions-the-effects-of-the-internet-and-social-media/ The blog talks about how much amount right of speech employees should have when they don't agree with the company they work for. On one hand we are all entitled to our opinion. On the other hand, in a time where finding a job isn't particularly … Continue reading Are you passionate about the field of business you work for?
I grew up with a dad who is a Legal Drama addict. After watching Kramer vs. Kramer, I was too. During our daily walk and talk in the nature, we dreamed about how cool it would be to fight for someone's right while wearing a slick suit. Yes, we. Somewhere deep down I felt that dad had … Continue reading Did movies/series influence your career choice?
"Experts" say it takes 7 seconds to make a first impression. In those 7 seconds the other person will judge you on your facial expression, clothes, handshake, hair, shoes and the way you talk and walk. While I think that is completely and utterly BULLSHIT, I rather believe this than what seems to be becoming … Continue reading Let your personality shine! …. through an online personality test
A.k.a. Was any of your jobs you had, your passion? Of all the office jobs I could imagine, I did have jobs which I consider as the most ideal office jobs. The topics, Training and Electrical Safety, are definitely my "work passions". But if money was no issue, would I give up these "passions"? Immediately. … Continue reading If money was no issue, would you stick to your 9 to 5?
That's not the actual phrase, is it? But what does "wishing" even mean? Did it actually ever get you anywhere? I do believe fate can help out a bit sometimes. But if you are impatient like me, I suggest you stop the "sitting waiting wishing" and actually take some action. When I started the job, … Continue reading Be careful what you work hard for, cause you just might get it