“Believe in yourself”, easy to advise others by telling them to be what they are but it is so hard to apply it and make a lifestyle.
Because of my passion for mathematics, algebra and geometry, I believed it is my duty to help others who hate math and make their school life easier. I cannot remember how many I assisted, but what I am sure about is that confidence smile in their face each time they can solve a difficult exercise alone.
I can remember also my colleagues in Aga Khan Development Network, Louai, Safwan, and Hassan Abo Esmail who always been supportive friends in each time I feel down.
“Yes, I can do it” this should be your answer when you handle a new task, pass a horrible situation, or may in worst scenarios, losing everything. It is out of the question when the matter related to your abilities, with no doubt you can achieve something, whatever it was big but it is called an achievement.
Keep trying, because only who are perfect with no mistakes in life, are who do nothing in their life!
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On July 19, 2016, I shared with you the details of my interesting interview with EY in Abu Dhabi So what happened next? here is the second part of the story!
After the interview, I sent a formal email thanking both of Mr. Buland Iqbal, General Director (the interviewer), and Mr. Doglus Horne, Senior HR Associate, for their warm welcoming and professional way to introduce EY culture. Then after ten working days, another diplomatic following email had been sent. The final decision received after five days later.
As a university student waiting for the final exam mark, I was feeling anxious about the content of the email. Yes, it was a rejection email! And even of the disappointing feelings about losing this great opportunity to join EY team world, I sent another thank email to not select me!
But what caught my eyes was the email itself. It was not a short typical template email which we usually receive from the recruiters or HR officers, but more personal and written in a way to show how a valuable candidate I was for them. Mr. Doglus left the doors open as a welcomed applicant and mentioned twice that they were satisfied with my skills, the way I introduced myself during the interview and good impression left behind.
Here are the learnt lessons:
" We May Lose The Battle But Not The War "