Most people think that the reason they are unsuccessful is that their sense of purpose is not strong and they are not lucky.
I did this when I was just graduated from college. I always felt that I could not find a successful state. I changed ten jobs in two years and lived in a broken apartment on the outskirts of the city.
Speaking of that time, it is both repressive and shameful.
I ate the worst fast food. After work, I turned on the TV in the sofa after work, watched some boring soap operas, drank a little beer, and then went to sleep in a groggy way. Many times, when I was asleep, the TV was still on.
In the company, I always can't lift my head. No matter what job I changed, I was the lowest person in the office. I dare not face the eyes of the leader.
In the summer of 1982, I remember working in a large electrical appliance manufacturing company. It was the fifth or sixth job after I graduated. I met a good leader. Mr. Dawson. He is in his 50s and is very handsome. He always gives me a lot of encouragement and help. My inner expectations for success seem to be ignited.
During that time, I began to work hard, forgot the hardships of life, and I was very active in expanding my abilities.
However, fate always likes to tease you.
The company decided to lay off employees because of poor sales. Yes, I was one of the first people to be laid off. Mr. Dawson reluctantly called me to his office and told me this unfortunate news.xx