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[blog] If you make a mistake at work, you can handle it. Someday you can laugh and make a story out of it.

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Mistakes at work...big or small, but when you are a newcomer, every time you make one, you get that "sirrrrrrrrrrrrr" feeling that chills the blood in your body. That feeling was something I could never get used to.

A mistake that is truly not worth living with.

I've told you before.When I made the mistake of answering the phone in front of my ogre boss.andWhen you oversleepI was so depressed that I thought it was the end of the world.

But I'm still using it as a blog post.

Yes, most mistakes can be talked about later.

So today, as I write this blog, I made a mistake at work. That reminded me of many things.

I've regained my normalcy now, but I can't get over that feeling when I make a mistake, no matter how many times I experience it. HEEEE!!!! I can't get over that feeling.

So, the main issue.

I've made countless clean mistakes at work. The big ones I can recall right away, but the small, minor mistakes I've forgotten and can't recall. (No, I don't want to remember them, I want to keep forgetting them.)

When I was working for an IT-related company, I used a communication tool to communicate with the company I was working with, or rather, the company that was involved in the development of the system. I used to communicate with them using some kind of communication tool.

Something like a chat, a ticket cutter.

This is a trivial mistake, but for example, if the recipient is Mr. Yamada, you would add "Sama" to "Yamada-sama" (Mr. Yamada). One time, I forgot to add "sir" and sent "Yamada.

Now that I think about it, it seems like a hasty mistake, and you see that kind of thing from time to time.

If it had been done to me, I would have just said, "You forgot to put it on. But at the time, I felt like it was a catastrophe of epic proportions.

Well, I know it's rude, but it hasn't interfered with our business. But I've been continuing to do it a little bit.

Also, I think it was my second company. When I was doing sales duties for a company that had a lot of phone calls anyway.

(Oh, I wasn't very good at answering the phone, but thanks to the experience I've had with this company, I've been able to do it.answering the telephone(I'm no longer nervous.)

I got a call in the office addressed to the person sitting next to my seat.

But the person is answering another call.

At such times, I would usually write my business on a sticky note and stick it on the person's desktop or some other conspicuous place.

So I wrote, "Mr. XXX called me," and got my hand out to put it on that person's desk and flopped it on!

The place where the phone is placed on the receiver.

In other words, you were about to post a sticky note and the person's call was clanked! And then the person's call was cut off.

My hair follicles and the look on his face when he realized it!

salad bowlaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!

Already, the blood in my body has gone cold.

Because that person wasn't making small talk.

I apologized to him. I was really sorry and apologized a lot.

The only saving grace is that it wasn't a claims response. (That person was also in charge of handling claims.)

Mistakes that do something to people are pretty intensely memorable, aren't they? It's concussive, I'm 100% bad.

Well, that, too, and now we can talk normally with a normal mind. It's not something I say out loud.

But, you know, failures come in all sizes and types, and the way we perceive them, accept them, and recover from them is different for everyone.

But as long as you are making mistakes, I think many people will feel depressed or depressed at that time, saying "Oh no! I think many people feel depressed or depressed at that time.

And some of them can be quite a drag.

But, well, as time goes by, one thinks, "Oh, that happened to me...haha. And usually, that's the case.

At the time, I was groggy when I overslept, but you know how reading about other people's work mistakes makes you feel better? So I thought I'd leave it here as well.

I don't know who will see it.

Because a mistake is not the end of life.

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