Things Are Changing…

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…and I’m anxious. Possibly even scared.

Not that this particular change is a bad thing. In fact, it’s an opportunity that I got from my current job to move around in the department and gain more technical experience in my line of work. There’s the option to work from home, which is something that I’d been wanting to do since starting this job, as well as involving more back-end processing (as opposed to being the front line and dealing with people).

But this all means that I have to say goodbye to the office I’m currently at, and the lovely coworkers whom I’ve gotten to know and developed rapport with. Even I was surprised at my decision to leave, as I thought I’d stay at least until the end of summer– this change happened suddenly, and I only have a few more weeks left at this office before I go for good.

I hope I don’t regret this decision; I did hear that my new position will be much more challenging than what I’m doing now, and I’m afraid of what would happen if I mess up. I know that, deep down, I’ll most-likely be fine, but it’s the unknown that makes me so nervous. But all I can really do is suck it up and face it, to go forth and see where my career takes me. And I know that I can always stay in touch with my coworkers at the office, as well as establish relationships with others at my new office.

So I go into the unknown. Go forth and prosper. Hopefully.

— The Finicky Cynic

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4 thoughts on “Things Are Changing…

  1. I agree that the unknown is usually unsettling, although it is part of the process of moving forward. It can be relieved by remembering previous similar situations that have worked well and also avoid multiplying the uncertainties at the same time. I’m sure it will work for you!

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