The following 3 months were an emotional rollercoaster; at first, I was excited about the new job. But that excitement quickly turned into some serious anxiety.
For the first time, I was working at a company where I felt like they actually cared about their employees. We were given all the tools we needed to do our job.
It’s funny because if you asked people about me today, hardly anyone would use the word “workaholic” to describe me. That’s because I changed. Because I had to change.
In the previous part, I covered one of the most exhausting and mind-wrecking moments of my life.
On this one, I would like to focus on more positive aspects.
We are in 2012 now. Life in the next few years would kick my butt. I found out I’m really bad at math, and learned a life lesson, the hard way.
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