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Learnt from a not-job duty

dream2So different from my daily job, I need to have a 70min video transcripted — a not-job duty. I decided to post the job to some online ‘service market’ — freelancers. Because of the noises and the accent in the video, the task is relatively very hard job. I have always respected any class of workers. I believe with gratitude, humbleness and respect, world can be a better place. This time, I am deeply touched by these few workers I met, who are  so hardworking, willing to take any challenge, no matter how simple and basic the job is (I am only saying simple/basic as comparing to nowadays so call high-tech stuff). I could see their effort, feel their dedication,  as they are doing their best, using their skills and right attitude to change life and to make a better life. I would like to quote from what Maynard Webb said during his visit back to eBay:

” You can be anything you want to be in the world. There’s more in all of us.”

“Whatever it is you want to be, go for it and have fun while you’re doing it. Be driven and motivated. We all have a purpose and the more you can focus on your purpose, the more impact will be.”

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