تجميع لمحاولات تفّكر
اللى فاكر جهله بأمرا ما يشفع ليه،
ده تناسى ان اقرأ اول كلمة نزلت على نبيه
لا يوجد حقوق ملكية، انسخ ما تشاء
لو التفكير مكنش عبادة يبقي ايه لازم الغيب
لولا إن التفسير إتطور كان زمانها خلاص مش آيه
يسقيك ولا يرويك
لقيت الناتج صفر، اسف لو ضيعت وقتك

 

تصنيفات

الهدف السؤال وليس الاجاية
اسعي، و علّم عشرة
قادر ، والدليل ان الحياة مهزمتكش
من وانت بتحبي وهي بتحاول متقومكش

الدنيا مبتديكش اللي انت شايفه عليك كتير 
ما دام هتحلم .. اوعى تحلم الا حلم كبير 
في ناس وصولها راح هدر عشان لحظة تأخير 
سابق بشراسة … كإنك بادئ الأخير

عاندي فينا أكتر … لسه فينا حيل نعاندك
تيجي فينا ايه يا دنيا … ورينا اللي عندك
اقفي بيننا وبين هدفنا ، وأخريلنا ساعتك
هنوصل في الميعاد ، ونحتفل داخل ملاعبك

 

Job: making it to the top

I called a candidate about a new opportunity. It was a promotion from his current role, and he had the right skills and qualifications.

“Sorry but I’m not interested,” he politely said.

I pressed him on it until he said something that really confused me. He told me that he “already made it to the top”.

I was familiar with his current company and looked at his CV again.

He wasn’t anywhere near the top. He would have needed binoculars to see the top. He wasn’t even a manager yet.

He explained to me that “making it to the top” for him meant he loved the exact work he did each day, he loved his company, he was treated fairly and with respect, he made enough money to be comfortable, he had excellent benefits, he had flexibility, and most importantly to him, he’s never missed a single football game, school play, parent-teacher conference, anniversary, birthday, or any family event.

He knew what taking the next step in his career meant. More time, travel, and sacrifice. “Not worth it,” he said.

Your definition of “making it to the top” doesn’t have to be society’s or anyone else’s definition. You Do You.

Chris Anders
Director/Entrepreneur, Albior Financial Recruitment Specialists

I called a candidate about a new opportunity. It was a promotion from his current role, and he had the right skills and…

Posted by Mona Sherif Nashed on Saturday, September 23, 2017

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