Hello, I'm the manager of #Tennoshigoto Tools Store 🐱🌿
I was asked this by a new graduate junior today.
“How much of my job is it?”
Wow! I've been worried about this too! I felt so nostalgic, and at the same time, I realized that I haven't been worrying about it lately.
I found the answer in my heart based on the advice of my seniors, so I decided to write it down. I hope you can read it and think that there is such a way of thinking🙃🌻
Everything you need to do to achieve results is your job.
What is your job? What is expected of you? What should I accomplish to be evaluated?
Let's consider it first.
If you are a new salesperson, “achieve your sales budget”
If you're a mid-level salesperson, "achieve your own sales budget and train your juniors to help them achieve their goals."
If you are a director, “bringing the product to the world”
I think there are many definitions of results depending on the person.
In order to achieve this, the idea is that even if it is someone else's job, it is your job to take care and act in order to proceed without delays and mistakes.
I am the source of all my successes and failures.
The idea is to blame yourself instead of blaming others.
Why can't that junior do the task as told?
Why does my boss put off doing what I asked him to do?
Situations like this often occur when you become a member of society.
Before blaming your juniors or superiors, ask yourself, ``Isn't there something I could have done?''
You may be able to solve the problem by looking at it again and taking action, such as optimizing your communication or changing the way you manage tasks.
When I'm mentally tough, I just blame others and take a break!
When you have time in your heart, think of it as an opportunity for growth and reevaluate the way you do things.
Results come first! Evaluation will be delayed
As I become a member of society, these words resonate with me as time passes.
When I was a student, I was given grades for each semester.
Even if you become a member of society, you will have to undergo an assessment every half year or every year. However, I feel that the period used as reference for that assessment is delayed.
The time to work hard, the time to produce results, and the time to be evaluated come in order, so even though you are producing results, you are not evaluated! If you're feeling low in motivation, please wait a little longer.
Even if you are not evaluated by the company you currently work for, your market value will definitely increase because you are helping yourself.