The idea that there are many people who have it harder than you is pretty bad. I'll tell you the end result of being paralyzed in thinking by corporate livestock.

In his third month with the company, he overslept and was late. I apologized to my boss in tears.

A huge mistake of oversleeping and being late. Crying loudly in front of his boss. Work/Job Change
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I would like to share with you my experience when I made the mistake of being late in my third month with the company.

I was late on the day I shouldn't have been late the most, and I made a complete fiasco.

The reason I decided to tell you this story is that right after I was late, I fell to the bottom of the pit as if it was the end of the world, but then I saw a story of someone who had done the same thing I did, and I felt a little relieved.

Everyone else is making the same mistakes."

Of course, tardiness is an absolute no-no as a member of society.

But we all make mistakes, and it is important to recognize and accept our failures.

At such times, as a little ingredient to change your mind, you can say, "What the heck, I'm not the only one. I'm not the only one. I'm going to tell you this story in the hope that it will make you think, "Oh my God, I'm not the only one.

Three months after joining the company, he overslept and was late on the day he was not supposed to be late and made a huge mistake.

Now I would like to talk about my blunder.

It happened at the company I joined as a new graduate (a black company).

I think it was about three months after I joined the company. At the time, I was in charge of planning a study group for the company.

I am grateful that I am a newcomer.

Finally, the first day of the study session! On the day of the first day of the workshop, an incident occurred.

The moment you wake up in the morning, the moment your eyes really pop open.

I have a bad feeling about this..." I looked at the clock on my phone.

10 AM

I had goosebumps, like my whole body's hair follicles were chilled out, or maybe it was cold sweat. I really wonder what that feeling was. It was like a "SAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

I really should have been at work before 8:00, but I woke up at 10:00.

It is time to start the study session, not just the morning meeting.

Done: ・・・・・・

I thought so.

Sleeping in is something that should never happen.Why of all days would I sleep in on this day....

My boss was scary as an ogre, so it was already pitch black ・・・・・.

I really didn't want to go to the company.

The reason for my tardiness was that I guzzled plum wine rocks (about 1 liter) on my tired body the day before.

That's right.

I shouldn't have done what I did the night before when I guzzled alcohol.

It was not the alcohol that was bad, but my act of guzzling the day before was completely out of line.

I usually drink at least one can of beer at home, but I didn't drink that many on days when I had to work the next day.

But that day, I really wanted to drink plum wine, so I went to the supermarket and bought a 1 liter bottle of plum wine.

I don't know why I bought it.

I drank half a glass of wine, thinking, "If it's just for a taste..." It was unexpectedly delicious, and I drank it in gulps. ・・・・・・

Super guzzling. Where is my self-control?

It's impossible...

It was delicious, I drank it all up with greed, and then went to sleep with a good mood.

The feeling of "I have a study session tomorrow, so I have to brace myself" had all but vanished.

I called to apologize, but my boss didn't pick up.

After accepting the reality and stiffening up for a moment, I adjusted my sleepy voice and called my boss.

But the boss is not answering the phone. (Probably at a seminar)

I left a message on their voicemail as it was and emailed them.

I think I called & left a voicemail for a supervisor further up the line at that time.

I was already in tears of fear....

Then I quickly got ready and left the house.

I arrive at work at 11:00. The boss I least want to see is in the office and tearfully apologizes.

I quickly got ready and arrived at work around 11:00 a.m. ... and saw an even more senior boss sitting there, the one I least wanted to see.

Usually that boss is out of the office at the time, but more often than not, he is in the office that day ・・・・・・ crying

Then, trembling, he went in front of his boss and apologized.

I was already too nervous to understand what he was saying.

At any rate, I'm going to go with the most disgusting boss I've ever seen in my life, from the looks of his face.
You know, the senior employees were supporting you for your big day." I still vividly remember that comment. I still vividly remember that comment.

I was 10 billion percent at fault, so I just apologized to all the supervisors involved in the situation.

I thought, "It's the end of the world ・・・・" so many times already, and I was so miserable and scared that I couldn't stop crying.

Yes, just pathetic. I blamed myself so many times already, I blamed myself. It was so hard.

Later, after apologizing in passing, I managed to calm myself by frantically searching the Internet for examples of similar mistakes I had made.

That made me feel a little relieved.

Is it possible to be late as a member of society? What I think now

Of course, being late is not a good idea. A lot of working people make plans and act based on time, and there are other people involved besides you.

However, it is much more important not to beat yourself up too much for being late.

Serious children will always feel that they have failed, that they are no good, and they will be trapped. They get sick, especially the sensitive ones.

Being late may not be good for the working world, but it'sBut hey, you're human!Everyone makes mistakes!

What then! All those people who are so proud to say that being late is impossible as a member of society, don't they have any stories of failure? Have you lived a perfect life? Have they lived their entire working lives without causing trouble for others? I think so.

For me, it's in the past. I made the worst mistake of being very late on an important day.

But it can't be helped that it has passed. Now you don't have to blame yourself too much.We just need to improve so that we are not late anymore.


Sleeping in, being late, and, as a member of society, it would be a basic no-no.

But we are human beings! There are times when you just can't help it.

So don't beat yourself up too much. And keep your mind away from those who deny you so thoroughly...

I would never get along with someone who would say "tardiness is unacceptable or impossible".

I'm not trying to justify myself, but I think it's one of those mistakes that we all make once or twice.

When you are a newcomer, one mistake like this can make you feel depressed and think, "I'm finished..." At times like this, you may think, "I'll never make it again.It's also an important skill as a member of society to change your mind and start working hard again the next day.I think it's a good idea. (I'd prefer not to oversleep, though.)

I hope this story of my oversleeping will make someone feel relieved that we all experience failure.

Incidentally, since then I no longer drink plum wine the day before work.