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John: I totally get you. I felt exactly like that in my previous job, I spent months thinking that I was in a good fit and that I was the problem.
Mariana: So what did you do?
John: Well, I have a friend that has a similar job but in a different company. So I called her up and asked her to tell me about her responsibilities and how she felt at work
Mariana: And what did you find out?
John: After listening to her, I immediately understood that I wasn鈥檛 the problem, she has a whole team of people in her area and the workload is probably distributed among the employees. In contrast, I was doing the same amount of work, but without any kind of support.
Mariana: Did you tell your boss?
John: 'mm no exactly, first at that point I started looking for other jobs.
Mariana: Why?
John: Well, because I had been working for that company for 6 years, and even though I was giving my best, I was never given a rise
Mariana: No way! I鈥檓 so glad that you鈥檙e now working for Platzi!
John: Definitely, I also decided to stop working over the weekend, I鈥檝e realized that wasn鈥檛 worth it. Truth is, that other company nobody ever thanks me for those extra hours I put in, and last but not least, I needed to pay attention to my mental health.
Mariana: John, I really wanna more about that last thing you said. Would you care to elaborate more on that?
John: With pleasure, what if we go grab a coffee, a tee or a snack, and we meet again in ten minutes?
Mariana: See you in ten.

Jhon: I totally get you. I felt exactly like that in my previous job. I spent months thinking that I wasn鈥檛 a good fit and that I was the problem.
Mariana: So what did you do?

Jhon: Well (rising), I have a friend that has a similar job but in a different company. So (rising)I called her up (rising) and asked her to tell me about her responsibilities and how she felt at work.
Mariana: And what did you find out?

Jhon: After listening to her (Rising), I immediately understood that I wasn鈥檛 the problem. She has a whole team of people in her area and the workload is properly distributed among the employees. In contrast (Rising), I was doing the same amount of work but without any kind of support!
Mariana: Did you tell your boss?

Jhon: Not exactly. First (rising), at that point (rising) I started looking for other jobs.
Mariana: Why?
Jhon: Well (rising), because I had been working for that company for about six years and even though I was giving my best I was never given a raise.
Mariana: No way. I鈥檓 so glad you are now working for Platzi!

Jhon: Definitely (rising), I also decided to stop working over the weekend. I realized that it wasn鈥檛 worth it. Truth is (rising), in that other company, nobody ever thanked me for those extra hours I put in. And last but not least (rising), I needed to pay attention to my mental health.
Mariana: Jhon, I really want to know more about that last thing you said. Would you care to elaborate more on that?
Jhon: With pleasure! Why don鈥檛 we go grab a coffee (rising), a tea (rising) or a snack (falling) and meet again in 10 minutes?
Mariana: See you in ten!
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Jhon: I totally get you. I felt exactly like that in my previous job. I spent months thinking that I wasn鈥檛 a good fit and that I was the problem.
Mariana: So what did you do?
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Mariana: And what did you find out?
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Jhon: After listening to her 鈫楋笍鈥, I immediately understood that I wasn鈥檛 the problem. She has a whole team of people in her area and the workload is properly distributed among the employees. In contrast 鈫楋笍鈥, I was doing the same amount of work but without any kind of support!
Mariana: Did you tell your boss?
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Jhon: Not exactly. First 鈫楋笍鈥, at that point 鈫楋笍鈥 I started looking for other jobs.
Mariana: Why?
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Jhon: Well 鈫楋笍鈥, because I had been working for that company for about six years and even though I was giving my best I was never given a raise.
Mariana: No way. I鈥檓 so glad you are now working for Platzi!
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Jhon: Definitely 鈫楋笍鈥嬧, I also decided to stop working over the weekend. I realized that it wasn鈥檛 worth it. Truth is 鈫楋笍鈥, in that other company, nobody ever thanked me for those extra hours I put in. And last but not least 鈥嬧啑锔忊, I needed to pay attention to my mental health.
Mariana: Jhon, I really want to know more about that last thing you said. Would you care to elaborate more on that?
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Jhon: With pleasure! Why don鈥檛 we go grab a coffee 鈫楋笍鈥 , a tea 鈥嬧啑锔忊嬧 or a snack鈥嬧啒锔忊 and meet again in 10 minutes?
Mariana: See you in ten!

Jhon: I totally get you. I felt exactly like that in my previous job. I spent months thinking that I wasn鈥檛 a good fit and that I was the problem.
Mariana: So what did you do?
Jhon: Well 鈫楋笍鈥嬧, I have a friend that has a similar job but in a different company. So 鈫楋笍鈥 I called her up 鈥嬧啑锔忊 and asked her to tell me about her responsibilities and how she felt at work.
Mariana: And what did you find out?
Jhon: After listening to her 鈫楋笍鈥, I immediately understood that I wasn鈥檛 the problem. She has a whole team of people in her area and the workload is properly distributed among the employees. In contrast 鈫楋笍鈥, I was doing the same amount of work but without any kind of support!
Mariana: Did you tell your boss?
Jhon: Not exactly. First 鈫楋笍鈥, at that point 鈫楋笍鈥 I started looking for other jobs.
Mariana: Why?
Jhon: Well 鈫楋笍鈥, because I had been working for that company for about six years and even though I was giving my best I was never given a raise.
Mariana: No way. I鈥檓 so glad you are now working for Platzi!
Jhon: Definitely 鈫楋笍鈥嬧, I also decided to stop working over the weekend. I realized that it wasn鈥檛 worth it. Truth is 鈫楋笍鈥, in that other company, nobody ever thanked me for those extra hours I put in. And last but not least 鈥嬧啑锔忊, I needed to pay attention to my mental health.
Mariana: Jhon, I really want to know more about that last thing you said. Would you care to elaborate more on that?
Jhon: With pleasure! Why don鈥檛 we go grab a coffee 鈫楋笍鈥 , a tea 鈥嬧啑锔忊嬧 or a snack鈥嬧啒锔忊 and meet again in 10 minutes?
Mariana: See you in ten!


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