Today, I was a little busy because I had a few meetings and the lecture by a famous entrepreneur in our company. After those tasks and event, I was working overtime to submit my proposals to our foreign company in Taiwan by this Friday.
I had mixed feelings when I joined the lecture. Certainly, what the entrepreneur said sounded so innovative, but I didn’t think I wanted to be like him. Actually, I had the same feeling when I talked with the president of our company last week.
This experience has taught me that I learned to imagine how I would like to be in the near future. Moreover, I didn’t come to envy their success and take the gap between them and me negatively. I simply thought they were a different type of people from me. When I was in my twenties, I had a lot of pressure that I had to be a perfect human who was innovative, had a strong leadership, and had a wide variety of network. However, I found it difficult and started finding my strengths and what I could do with them.
Tomorrow, I’m sharing my proposals to Taiwan with my boss before I submit. I’m a little nervous because I’m not sure how I can make my proposals practical at this point. I have analyzed the customer data, but I’m struggling with finding what the data says and what are the effective ways to improve the sales performance in Taiwan. I will brush up my proposals with the feedbacks from my boss tomorrow.