How’s Work?

If we were having coffee right now, I would tell you how grateful I am with my job. Currently, I’m working for a solar energy company which is great because it’s all about renewable energy and I’ve always been passionate about the environment. In the past, I did logistics work for a textile company, did international volunteering, taught English to Korean and Japanese nationals, and taught third graders in a public school. I’ve been all over the place career-wise but it’s good this way as I got to experience a variety of things.

If we were having coffee right now, I would tell you how cool my boss is. I don’t know if it’s because he’s young, almost my age, or because he’s American (you know, how they’re quite progressive with their management style). But he’s so down to earth, very open to suggestions, appreciates the little things you do, completely trusts you, and randomly high-fives you! Which I have to say is the complete opposite of most bosses who gloat their superiority over their subordinates and can be a total prick.

If we were having coffee right now, I would tell you how slow days in the office can be unnerving. I got so used to doing a lot of things that while my present state is a welcoming break, being a restless guy as I am, I feel as if I should be doing more. I’m not complaining, it’s just that this is new to me. But hey, more time to read, to blog, and to think.

Enough about me. How about you, how’s work?

 

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Author: Ryan Bestre

Environmentalist. Teacher. Writer.

16 thoughts on “How’s Work?”

  1. Hi Ryan,

    Thank you for liking my first post on my blog (hakkanotogame). I really like your attitude towards being grateful. I think it’s the key to happiness and success (or at least a major part).

    I also get nervous when I am not busy. I think that’s a deep pyschological need to prove myself through action, I am trying to get better at being comfortable when I am not busy

    Alex

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