Saturday, August 11, 2018 at 8:42 pm
[Work] 9:15 am until 6:15 pm
Work all day Update Colleague Care Reschedule Endo appointment Check on Mike - Do little, rest up!
[Work Schedule] = 9:15 am - 6: 15 pm [Break Time] = 11:45 am [Lunch Time] = 2:56 pm - 3:56 pm [Believed Adherence Grade A-F] = Ehh, C-, I guess
Get colleague care updated since it's a slower
8:03 hours total.
Total hours this week: 40:13 hours.
I made some more chit-chat with friends at work. I'm trying to build relationships and be more open.
You did well with staying in Not Ready for good long periods,
No income coming in. $35ish for a canvas print of our rings with our wedding date. ♥
7:30+ hours! Holy cow!
I struggled to keep motivated and trucking along. I have no push. I'm really struggling for a purpose at work.
Changed my last name about 40 times in legal documentation that I'm official.
I took time that I needed at work and tried to push forth my best effort when it was there. It was all about balance .
Don’t want to write much.
Talked to co-workers. Tried to make friends.
Found out a lot of different information that I did not know about.
Very nervous about my monthly review. I have no idea how it’s going to go. Things pointing in the right direction, however, I am unable to confirm in my own head anything positive. I want to be positive and remain optimistic but I really hate being let down. Heh, wonder where Nick gets that from?
Lots of notes are pointing towards a possible promotion.
They can, NOT, give you a promotion because of your illness.
They can not give you a promotion because of your numbers, however, nobody’s numbers are where they need to be.
They could give you a promotion because you’ve proved time and time again since day one that you can do what they ask, when they ask, and if anything changes or needs to be done, you can adapt to what is provided (minus the numbers, which everyone is struggling on.)
Most of the numbers seem to be comparing WITH temp numbers included; how do you compete with numbers that equal 1-2 minutes per call when they transfer everything out, compared to the calls that are actually helping customers? Maybe I’m wrong with that entire thought process.
You are NOT the only one that feels/thinks the way things are going seem … off.
You have less than five days to find out. So here is your final thought:
If you get a promotion, GREAT. You did it and you worked hard for it and they acknowledged that it.
If you do not, then you continue to work hard to try to improve to be what they want you to be, and try to find another source of motivation; this includes Mike and his need for you to do this together, as a husband and wife, as a family, as a whole.