I try not to write about work too much here because I don’t want to put something on the internet that I may regret or not want to have it reflect the company I work for in a negative way. But today’s Blogger, May I theme is hashtag everything, so I figured this is a fun way of talking about it. Take it with much salt.
Not that I’m absolutely hating life and not wishing to work there anymore, that’s not what I’m saying at all. #ItIsntLikeACertainRestaurantIWorkedFor
I’m starting to realize that I don’t fit in with my coworkers. I’ve always been a head-down kind of person. I work until the job is done. So while everyone is standing around having fun and talking, I’m in my cube staring at my computer. #MyEyesWillHateMeSomeDay
I’ll stand around and BS with them, sure, but I don’t feel like I’m 100% included in their group. I’m wondering if I’ve separated myself from them and if I could ever be truly a part of their group. #IveNeverFitIn #BlackSheepWalking
It’s also becoming crystal clear now more than ever that I’m not a customer service person. I like coaching people on how to best use social media to their advantage. That part is awesome. #MyRetailersAreAwesome
But I don’t like repeating myself, especially when it’s simple questions over and over. #ThisIsTheSongThatNeverEnds
#IHaveNOPatience and it really tries my patience.
I’d rather work with a handful of customers and do it well than a lot of customers and do it so-so. Y’know?
Like I said last Sunday Lately, it clicked with me why I have no patience for people who won’t just click the damn button on their own. #JustTryItAlready!
You don’t need permission to always make the right decision. Just make a decision. And try doing something for yourself first. #SeriouslyThoughJustTryItAlready
So I’ve been trying to figure out ways to satisfy my desire to work hard yet be part of the group, to have a select group of clients rather than support a large base of them. #TheStruggleIsReal