“Manage yourself & other’s expectations”

“Learning what and when to say yes to things that come along”

I have been working since I was 20 and have met many different people from all walks of life that has mould me one way or another to the person I am today. There are many things that I’ve learnt and regret all through out my career, and of all the lessons I have learnt in this life is?

Check your Privileges.

When you are young and fresh into the working world, you are excited and nervous all at the same time. However, there is also a side of you where you think you deserve to be here and the Employers has made the best decision of his/her life hiring you. Well, guess what. That’s not true at all. You are just as replaceable as the person who was hired before you. So check yourself.

Don’t be cocky. 

It’s always important to see that you’re in a same room with people who know more than you, even if they’re not in the same field of knowledge as you. Their knowledge and your knowledge can integrate and feed into the different lessons you are (will be) learning, and one day you might actually need it. Not to mention, it widens your horizons and you never know when it might actually be useful.

If you keep your mind open – it’ll all come around.

Also, it is always important to always try new things. You can never predict the outcome in advance, but over time you will certainly get a better sense of what works for you, what don’t work for you, what you like to do, what you don’t like to do, and what you are capable of within a certain period of time.

So always keep trying new things, do until you can’t anymore.