I’ve made mistakes. No matter how much I avoid committing mistakes or having lapses, it’s one of the things that always haunt me in my work life.
I guess I’m really not cut out for the corporate scene. It’s such a cutthroat world for me. Ideas denied, principles threatened, emotional stability shaken. I guess I’m too AWARE of the things around me that I also over-think things. Yes I know I’m not making sense but I have a thing about sharing what bothers me in full detail. I prefer thinking about it to myself before I’m actually ready to share it.
Anyway, I’m once again at a limbo. Like I said, I made a mistake. A lapse, an error. I apologized, explained my side and was willing to accept what sanctioned reprimand they were ready to throw at me. More than less I knew how this SHOULD have played out. Unfortunately, compared to a corporation, family-owned businesses tend to have a different train of thought.
So I’m at a standstill once again. But, I’m not too worried for myself… YET. I have accepted my mistake. And although I wish things would have been handled more fairly, it wasn’t my call anymore.
I need to pave a different career path. Find my bliss and explore the many possibilities open for me.
For now, my power up song is: It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay by Whitney Houston (and sung by the Glee Cast). How my case was handled was not right, but I’m okay about it.