In the first half of this year, I attended a college classmate's wedding. The classmates who were all at the same level at the beginning, because of the difference email list in work and life, the gap between each other is getting bigger and bigger.
Some have settled in first-tier cities and are at the top of the company. Some live in second- and third-tier cities and earn basic wages every day.
Although we tacitly understand each other, we both understand that the gap between each other will increase with time.
If you look closely, you will find that those with strong life and work goals have higher mental outlook and conversation patterns than ordinary people, and their speech and behavior are full of confidence and confidence. On the other hand, some unsatisfactory classmates are nothing more than complaining about the unchanging life, or complaining about the leftovers in life.
Here, I don’t want to discuss each other’s family backgrounds and origins, because there is no way to change them during these periods of time. Apart from these external factors, you might as well think about the root cause of many people’s confusion, whether they have not thought about it at all. What are your work goals.
Some people may say that a job can't change anything at all, but in retrospect, if you can't do your only job well, the road ahead may only get harder and harder.
It is not difficult to understand why there are always people who can't find an accurate answer, or are skeptical about the current answer, so that in the end they are nothing more than sabotage.
The times have long been different from the past. The growth environment of the post-90s generation is different from that of the post-70s and post-80s. The reason behind their frequent job-hopping is actually not what the old people in the workplace say "can't bear hardship and have no patience".