After 6 months away from the job, I am returning to my true vocation in life.
I have spent my time wisely learning something new but in the meantime I took stock of my life and questioned my goals and what makes me happy. Even though I have excelled at the Contact Centre and I am on course for promotion, I have realised that being a postie is the job I want to do for the rest of my life.
Some people are suited to telling others what to do or to rising as high up the ladder they can go , but for me I just couldn't do that. I've discovered that I am at my happiest when I am doing what I am told. Yes , it means the money is less and it's a "lost" opportunity but being a postie is what I am happiest doing.
I took a break to try something new but I wasn't so stubborn to go back to what I know is best. The 9-5 hours suit normal people but I'm far from normal and although every job I get they want to promote me, I've discovered that ahead of success is TRUE happiness. Why be a "teller" when being a "doer" brings the greater satisfaction?
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