Go not placidly amidst the noise and haste as you may be marked down for dead air. Avoid quiet and passive persons as they may worsen your insomnia. Walk a mile. Your life does not revolve around your workstation. Speak glowingly of the better customers; and heed well their advice, as you will learn to love them as the irate ones call.

Know what to do – and when, and, also, be wary of that annoying echo that sometimes gives some clue whenever you are being monitored. Consider that two wrongs never make a right, but that three may do if only for the joy of being petiks. Whenever possible, put people on hold. Be comforted, that in the face of all irritation and disillusionment, and despite the changing fortunes of time, there are always some incentives due to power hours and good metrics.

Remember the times that your biological clock is still normal. Strive at all times to bend, fold, spindle, and mutilate. Whatever makes you fit. Know thyself. If you need help, avail of a supervisor. Exercise caution in your daily affairs, especially with those closest to you… That Avaya on your left, for instance. Be assured that floorwalking through the seas of most souls would scarcely get your feet wet. Fall not in love, therefore, as the promiscuous culture of the industry may make you jaded. Gracefully surrender the things of day life: the birds, clean air, the sun, Philippine Daily Inquirer- and let not the sands of time get in your lunch. Hire people of blind obedience. For a good time, call 09167706376, ask for Primo. Take heart in the deepening gloom that the pantry is finally serving sensible food. And reflect that whatever misfortune may be your lot, it could only be worse in Sprint.

Therefore, make peace with your god, whatever you perceive him to be: your arrogant account manager or a machine meant to withdraw money from. With all its hopes, dreams, promises, and urban renewal, the industry , cross your fingers, is here to stay. Apir!

*My apologies to Max Ehrmann and the National Lampoon

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The Dragons made it once again. After I was promoted to the Quality Coordinator position and Jeremy to being an OIC who is now awaiting promotion to be a Team Manager, four of our former teammates were appointed as new Sales Buddies.

Daisy, Melvin, Mark and Ed definitely deserve to be part of the new seven-man sales coaching team. I know how they worked hard to be worthy of the promotion. And ever since I was made a part of the Quality Department, I am always proud of most of my teammates with them at the forefront. Their scores are always in the line of nine.

I know there are more to come for the Dragons. Our focus on quality sales are now being felt and our Team Manager was even approached by the Senior Account Manager as he is very grateful of the team that consistently delivers in all aspects.

Way to go, Dragons. Way to go, Fantastic Four.