#6. Be In Love with Time

I am always tardy.

In kindergarten to middle school, barely get to a class at all! I’m not proud, I’m observing myself.

I really love long sleeps and sleeping late since as a child and now.

I know I am required to arrive early  but I would find it vile being too early. If I’m not tardy, I’m there way too early. Like hours early.  Like I opened the place or something.

I went to really uninspiring schools.

I hope the next time I read this entry I have become a better person. Whose there like a Wizard,like on time. Exactly when she’s needed.


Career choice

took these off from wiki. I was browsing and thought these would be good to post. To remind me every single day…

According to Behling and others (…..) , an individual’s decision to join a firm may depend on any of the three factors viz.

objective factor, subjective factor and critical contact.

  • Objective factor theory assumes that the applicants are rational. The choice, therefore, is exercised after an objective assessment of the tangible benefits of the job. Factors may include the salary, other benefits, location, opportunities for career advancement, etc.
  • Subjective factor theory suggests that decision making is dominated by social and psychological factors. The status of the job, reputation of the organization and other similar factors plays an important role.
  • Critical contact theory advances the idea that a candidate’s observations while interacting with the organization plays a vital role in decision making. For example, how the recruiter keeps in touch with the candidate, the promptness of response and similar factors are important. This theory is more valid with experienced professionals.

These theories assume that candidates have a free choice of employers and careers. In reality the scarcity of jobs and strong competition for desirable jobs severely skews the decision making process. In many markets employees work particular careers simply because they were forced to accept whatever work was available to them.