Posts Tagged ‘Mondays’

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Not so Manic…

March 29, 2010

I am currently trying to be busy with a new blog. No, I am not leaving WordPress. I just created a second blog where I am going to post all the poems I have ever written. People who are into photography create photoblogs to post their pictures. I follow one or two photoblogs myself. However, I feel like I should also create my own poetry blog. I have loved writing since I was about 12. I want to compile everything in one blog. It’s going to be a riot, I am sure, and by riot, I don’t mean it in a good way.

I have written at least 200 poems. Posting them all in one blog is sure to make a mess out of things. I am willing to take a risk, though. I will just have to find a way to arrange things, create pages, links, and widgets to make things easier to access and more fun to read through. As of now, the blog is still private because it is still under maintenance. I am going to keep this blog here because this is chronicles my entire life. The poetry blog will serve as one facet out of the many that I have. When the site is ready, I will surely invite you all to visit.

I have not been asked to work on a Monday morning for a while now. I have always had my work scheduled on afternoons. This week is a different story, though. I have to train three girls for a new campaign. This is my second week with the girls. I am glad for Mondays, even if they may be manic most of the time. I will probably be posting another blog entry later today. I hope so.

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Flooring

March 22, 2010

Today is another Monday, another start of the week. Today begins another five days of working nine hours from 5pm until 2am. I am not complaining that I have to work. In fact, I am a million times thankful that I have work. I am thankful because I can do so many things. I like the many things that I can d. Not very many people can say that these days.

I am watching Wowowee right now. I haven’t watched this for weeks now. They are currently featuring call center agents in their game, Willie of Fortune.I can remember when the BPO industry was fairly new to the Philippines. I want to commend the call center agents because they are the ones who do the dirty work. They take the calls, make the calls, and deal with their metrics. They do the harder part of satisfying the customers and delivering the numbers.

When I worked as an ACE Coach, I realized just how difficult my life used to be when I was still an agent. Now that I am a trainer, I always try to make things light and easy for agents. I want them to enjoy training before they hit the hard road to production floor. I will always treasure the lessons I learned when I was still an agent. I am so thankful that I am one of the few people who got to graduate from being an agent. To all call center agents out there, you can make a career out of this industry. With enough luck, hard work and dedication, you can definitely find your niche and be more than just what you are right now. *wink*

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