I just received my payslip for the previous pay-out and I wasn’t happy with what I saw. Of course, I wasn’t anticipating anything different since I have spent half of money already. I just got sad for maybe a minute, remembering the well-paying jobs I’ve had squandered before. I thought that, maybe if just didn’t give up on my previous jobs, I would’ve already been a Quality Analyst or a Trainer by now, and earning twice as much I am receiving with my current company.
But the deed has already been done. I have also written enough about those days, so I immediately shrugged off the idea and instead thought of the things that makes me happier at the moment. I remembered the days when I was jobless and worthless, how I struggled to get myself a job, how I got here, and how I finally got myself a position in the company. For the first time in my two months of stay here, I felt thankful because life seems to be turning on my favor again. Life may not be perfect but I am confident that I am doing things right this time.
I just found the perfect account for me where I get to talk to people who share one of my passions: books. Compared to the customers of the previous accounts I have handled before, I find our customers friendlier, smarter, and they seem to be more refined. In fact, I haven’t experienced any verbal aggression from any customer yet, which makes things lighter because I get to close almost all of my calls with a smile.
I know that I still have to endure at least six months of being a customer rep before I can actually apply for any promotion. That is my target because I don’t really want to fret each time I see the figures on my bank account. Maybe, this is karma at work because of all the things I have done before. But karma has its own perks. Money is not an issue as long as I am enjoying my job–and I really do. I have good customers. I got free WiFi for my Droid at work. I can read any book I want using our e-reader device. And I get to update my blog during idle times. Like this.