There are no wasted experiences in life

花火 English


Hi there. I think there have been many happy and sad things in our lives. But don’t you think those experiences are somehow useful for us now?

For those of you who have experience in the customer service industry, do you remember feeling embarrassed when you first stood in a store and said “Welcome”?

When a customer first asks you to explain something about your product, you may have been too nervous to speak, or overwhelmed by explaining too much. I think there are various experiences such as success stories and failure stories.

Because of this past, aren’t you now good at explaining things, and are you able to talk to people you don’t know?

I also remember that it took a lot of courage to say “Hello” to customers who came to the company. Other than that, I tried hard to input slips because I wanted to type into my computer faster, and I focused on keeping the main points down and concise in reporting.

I realize that what I worked hard for in the past has become a part of who I am today. I used to believe that by reporting concisely and keeping the main points in check, I was able to organize my thoughts and convey information in an easy-to-understand manner. It is also true that there is an adverse effect of “too concise and not conveyed”. Looking back on it now, I was surprised myself.

Like me, sometimes it can be a hindrance, but my current self is the result of my past efforts. Nothing in my life so far has been wasted.

If you’ve ever been bullied, you know the sadness and anger. You may have come to think, “I want to be kind.”

Because there is the past, there is the present. And the “now” is connected to the future self. By thinking about how I want to be in the future, the way I spend my “now” will change.

How do you spend your “now”?

believe in yourself

To make a wish come true