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November 7, 2011

You come to a job interview. After testing you with lots of questions, they utter:'' How much would you like your salary to be?''. Being a straight-forward person, I say what I really want it to be, even if I know that the sum is unrealistic for the current labour market. ''This is too much! You won't find a job where you would be paid this much''

I know I won't. I just hate those psychological tricks. If you are not going to pay me what I want, why on earth do you ask it?

04:14 AM Nov 22 2011

Saladeen

Saladeen
Pakistan

I wonder what way your father was envisaging for you?

As I know profession of Doctor is not only one of the most hardest jobs but as well most respected. Doctors are literally on 24hrs duty.

03:34 AM Nov 22 2011

my_high_IQ

my_high_IQ
Azerbaijan

Their slight negligence is fatal blow to patient life.

We have neither moral nor legar right to the negligence!

I intentionally used the word ''carefree'' to show that even that hard persistent way of becoming a doctor (no need to describe it) was actually an easy way for me if comparing to the way my father was insisting on ;))

01:49 AM Nov 22 2011

Saladeen

Saladeen
Pakistan

I don't think doctors are carefree, are they?! :)) Don't say 'yes' otherwise no patient will ever pay visit to you and afterall you need them and they need care ... that's why your profession is called health care ;))

Their slight negligence is fatal blow to patient life.



03:42 AM Nov 21 2011

my_high_IQ

my_high_IQ
Azerbaijan

Wow and now you tell me you have nothing to tell about?

Becoming an apprentice with such a strong tough person as your father is a heroic desicion itself )) I too had such a dilemma after I finished school. My father were trying to persuade me into following in his footsteps argumenting it with the assurance that he would help me in that way.But I knew that his ''help'' would cost me my carefree life)). So I chose to follow my mother and become a doctor. ;))

02:05 AM Nov 14 2011

Saladeen

Saladeen
Pakistan

Fortunately or unfortunately I don't have such a heroic journey to brag about; for I was a prince who inherited his father's kingdom ... moreover I'm not a storyteller to fantasize it to new level ;))

The right move from my part was my choice to present myself in the apprenticeship of my father. He was one of the most loving person (outside his work premises) but within work environment he was acting like tough militant. He demanded on the first day total surrender of my ego; by ordering me to do a sweeping job, and I was doing it, despite extreme indignation in front of my future employes (shame as severe as molten lava), and you know what more?... At the end of the work day he further demanded me to take third class public transport (so, in other words he conveyed to me that I am not going with him in his car to our home ;) ...

So, step by step he tacitly made me aware about different conditions in which people made out their earnings and that I should treat them as I want myself to be treated.

So, things in the beginning was not so singing as it seemed to be ;))

 For me that experience was a kind of short movie about how things take effect (You can say second hand experience) ... but can you imagine how adventurous it was from the veiwpoint of a person taking himself from the trajectory of a camel driver to a founder of successful family organization?

That camel driver was my father!

11:58 AM Nov 12 2011

my_high_IQ

my_high_IQ
Azerbaijan

Occupy wall street :)                                                              heh too long way from here, and considering the  flight cost it's easier (and cheaper!)to agree to their conditions ;)  

11:43 AM Nov 12 2011

my_high_IQ

my_high_IQ
Azerbaijan

So, take risk and run your own small scale business          You are just reading my mind;) I've been thinking about it  more  frequently recently. But the risk is really there, considering all this financial stupor. I don't know how is it out there but here it looks like a dead calm. Not the best time for the risks I guess.

 Getting a regular salary  by just doing what you are good at is much more convinient, safer and securely.

I wonder if you took this advise yourself and run your own business?   and if so , share your experience so that it would be kinda inspirational  guidance for me ;)  

                                            

01:52 AM Nov 11 2011

Saladeen

Saladeen
Pakistan

What is unrealistic for you is very realistic for big corporations...afterall they have to make huge profits and to create innumerable fringe benefits for their directors and CEO's :))... they will never stop their exploitation to hire best talent for lowest possible price because these big organizations, since very early on, have had identified most basic flaw in human nature that majority love security,luxury and avoid pain...so that not to involve any risk/pain factor in their lives. They know that talented people will not take risk to run their own small and medium size organizations because most of them strive hard from their childhood to take professional education in order to get their dream jobs...so, all they have salary in their mind, so that to avoid pain...and salary is another name for security (avoiding pain)...because they lack courage to take risk (to confront pain).

So, take risk and run your own small scale business. Even if you apply for your job take it as an apprenticeship for running your own organization and I hope after than you will count salary in the lowest of your preference. 

01:03 AM Nov 08 2011

anarchotaurus
Marshall Islands

Occupy wall street :)

01:42 PM Nov 07 2011

my_high_IQ

my_high_IQ
Azerbaijan

Human rights violation!  Where can I address a complaint;)

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