A Rogue Element by Paul Nat

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It is not the corporate world that decides your fate. It's your courage and talent that can make big differences in your life. I have seen the true drawback of being in a top-ranking company. Clients and customers expect flawless services from the company. They expect too much. They expect perfection. And even if it makes you unhappy, you have to maintain the company's respectable reputation especially when superiors become proud of being number-one... when they become greedy and ambitious even. They become so proud that they tend to make a big fuss even if small errors occur. They lose sight of the fact that we are not perfect and we tend to make mistakes especially when under too much pressure. They demand too much just to stay on top. They demand too much just to please clients and customers. But the truth is we cannot please each other all the time. That's why people resign when they feel they can't take it anymore. They resign because they need a long break. They resign because they grow tired of being part of an organization that wants to stay on top and demands too much from its tired employees. They resign because they want to find happiness. They resign because they just want to do their own thing in life. -The Narrator

About Paul Nat

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1) I'm a person with a wild imagination - imagination that I feel needs to be written and shared. 2) An old friend of mine once said that I'm a creative person and that I need to expose that creativity while I'm still alive. 3) I'm currently residing and working in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). I was born in the Philippines but I grew up here in the UAE. I had my elementary and high school days here and I had my Computer Science college course in Baguio City, Philippines. After graduating, I came back here and started working (since April 2005).
Published July 17, 2012 by Partridge Publishing Singapore. 137 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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