Not sure if you’ve heard of this term already but this one’s mandatory in my work. Since we’re dealing with customers, we can’t just directly say ‘No’ to them. We always have to offer empathy every time we’re about to broke their hearts.
Today’s the day that Mayweather and Mcgregor fights. I’m currently at work and the tension and excitement are palpable. It’s almost the same when our very own Manny Pacquiao fights – the attention of most Pinoys are directed towards watching the fight, praying for Manny to win.
I’ve been listening to Linkin Park’s Album One More Light since Chester’s passing. Actually, I’m listening to it as of this moment.
Last Friday, I was waiting for my boyfriend to pick me up from work. I was standing at our rendezvous whilst on my phone, to kill time. The traffic was terrible so I knew he’d be late.
I didn’t notice how long I’ve been waiting when I heard a man say ‘Miss. Miss.‘ As if calling someone. I looked around and saw that he was actually calling ME.
I work for a BPO company and I’m a Quality Coach. My job description is simple: help correct the mistakes of my colleague on their chats/emails. Sounds pretty simple, huh? I’m in this position for 6 years now and I’ve dealt with different types of employees and I can say it’s a tough job to master.
Good morning, friends!
I’m still trying to regulate the posts I do on my page. I think I need to put a schedule on my posts so I don’t neglect the other areas of my blog. If you’ve noticed, I’ve been posting a lot about movie reviews in the past couple of days. It’s because I’ve been watching films recently so I have a lot to post about. However, doing that means I’m not posting about the other aspects of my page.
It’s not easy as I originally thought. Honestly, my original purpose of creating a blog page is for me to have a platform where I can share my sentiments to. My intention then was to post about my personal struggles. However, I realized that it’ll be too negative when what I want is a positive vibe so I shifted to writing other/random things that interests me. I used to write as well way back on College so I really thought it’ll be easy-peasy.
Boy, I was so wrong. You have to invest time, energy, creativity, ideas, etc…to make a good blog. You can’t just type away on the keyboard and expect traffic (unless you’re really really good, maybe). I’m guilty of doing this. I wrote what immediately comes to mind most of the time.
I now realize you have to prepare everything before you post. You have to think it through. Write your content, take photos, edit them. You have to make sure that whatever you’re posting, it’s useful, positive, and significant.
During my free time at work (which is just a few hours), I read other blogs. I check how they create their posts, pages, and that’s where I saw the difference: they’ve given theirs time. They truly invested on their blogs and pages.
What causes this struggle for me is the lack of internet. I have no Wi-Fi at home. I’m only able to post when I’m at work (thank God WP is not blocked). Because of that, I didn’t feel the need to take photos because I won’t be able to post them anyways.
It’s refreshing (and envious) to see a good-looking page and posts. You guys inspire me! I plan on investing on a reliable internet connection (if there’s such a thing in the Philippines) and a laptop so I can post at home and edit photos as well.
Another struggle is the lack of ideas. I’m not a creative person so at times, I have nothing to post about. One thing that helped me on this aspect is again, visiting other blog pages. See what others write about. You may get an idea what to add on yours.
I’m also struggling with traffic. Not the typical traffic along EDSA which is always a struggle for commuters (kaway kaway sa kapwa ko Pinoy!) but the traffic for my blog page. It’s tremendously difficult to get people read your blog. Especially for me. Believe it or not, I’m shy about me blogging. None of my friends know that I blog. That I have a blog page. And that I’m shifting paradigm. I’m not confident with my work – yet. But I do appreciate kind words from other bloggers. They make me feel good about what I’ve written and they encourage me to share more. I’m very grateful to the first person who has believed in me and appreciated my blog enough to ask me to guest post on his page – Mohamad Al Karbi. THANK YOU! I can’t thank you enough. The opportunity you’ve given me is very much appreciated. The attention I have received on my post on your page is crazy. I also appreciate the comments left by my fellow bloggers on that post. The Philippines is really a beautiful country and we have beautiful people.
I hope, now that more people know that I exist (in the blogging world), I’d be able to touch more lives as I move along. I’d like to share ideas, positivity, and happiness to anyone who needs it. We all do. Sometimes, we just need someone to help us see it. I hope to be that someone.
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