Iâ€™m on a high.
I submitted an application for a higher post mainly because I wanted change, a drastic one at that. I was already too comfortable with taking calls for the same account for a year and a half already. The job isnâ€™t bad; itâ€™s in fact good. It’s too good that I felt like I wasÂ already in a comfort zone; which isnâ€™t entirely bad. However, whereâ€™s the learning process? It seemed like I’m doing the same thing over and over again that I deem my fullest potential wasnâ€™t utilized.
After 5 days from my interview, I received the news that I got the job.
I got the job! After 2 unsuccessful attempts of applying for a higher position, I got it! It felt good when people congratulated me on the floor. I couldnâ€™t conceal the bliss I was feeling. Itâ€™s exciting and fulfilling at the same time knowing that you have worth.
Iâ€™ll start training next week; Iâ€™m a bit troubled since Iâ€™ll be moving in to a new account which is uncertain if it will prosper. But then, I have faith. I took this challenge and Iâ€™m still going to do my best to improve even further as well as make use of what I can do with the new knowledge Iâ€™ll be learning; since I still stopped schooling.
At times when I remained doubtful, Iâ€™m so glad that I have colleagues whoâ€™ve been supportive of me. Iâ€™m sad that Iâ€™ll be departing from the people I regularly see. That Iâ€™m running off from those Iâ€™ve grown accustomed with. Though I donâ€™t want to think about leaving people whoâ€™re close to me, this is still for my betterment.
There have been a lot of changes going on in our account that the people I saw before as part of my team already rose from their ranks and became leaders in their own rights. Iâ€™m also happy for them that after the long wait, they got what theyâ€™ve asked for.
So what are my expectations? More training and work, as well as adjusting to a new environment. Iâ€™m glad that thereâ€™s change cause everything will suffice in the end.
To a new day!
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soloflightEd.com is a travel blog by Edcel Suyo. He enjoys performing headstands and crazy stunts during his trips in the Philippines, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. Now based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and working to earn a living, he takes time to enjoy the city and travel during weekends.
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