sorry for the lack of updates recently, been really busy with work.
this week was not a very good week for me, i was sick on monday, so i had to skip work and stay home, missing out on one day of income:(
then, on thursday and friday, work was so overwhelmingly busy and crazy and i had to deal with really troublesome and rude clients.
seriously, i don’t care how rich or famous you are, but if you lack even the most basic manners for a fellow human being, i don’t respect you at all.
so what if you are loaded? that doesn’t give you a free pass to be rude and unreasonable. gosh, i was so turn off. i can’t really go into details here, but i’m sure anyone in the customer service line can relate to what i’m saying.
most of my temporary or part times jobs are all service related, which kinda sucks. although it gives me good experience and the harsh realities of the working world, the pay ain’t worth it. however, it does train my endurance and tolerance levels to maximum.
i was a waitress, flyer distributor, receptionist, call operator and promoter before. and i have to say, the words “thank you” really does make a person’s day. it doesn’t take much effort to show your appreciation, be it to your server at the restaurant or the call operator who assisted you. i speak from experience, and sometimes when you have dealt with so much sh*t earlier, and one customer takes the effort to thank you and show his appreciation, it can lift your mood in an instant.
so thanks to my previous part time job as a waitress, whenever i dine at a cafe or a restaurant, i make sure i thank the server and smile at him, and be a fuss free customer.
as what ellen always says, be kind to one another