Regularization in jeopardy

Three months into my new job and already my employment is in question. Because I cannot produce new clients to the bank.

Lord please help me keep my job


One Month feels

So it definitely feels like new…

This is my new family/workmates

I’m still trying to adjust to my new surroundings and new work environment.

I am now cautious not too open to them for now but I definitely have to earn my place here. It will be my last work for the rest of my life.

We Find Ways

It’s the same prose over and over again. I wasn’t happy with work. I became less productive with my previous work. The dream job I once thought that I had achieved has now crumbled and I am again left with mounds of regret.

I was placed in a very toxic environment. It was like walking on eggshells everyday. I seem to lack the knowledge to do my work. People started doubting me. I started doubting myself, and when that time comes you know that it is time to move on.

Luckily I again found new employment and hopefully better work. The new catch phrase is “We find ways” and I’m glad I made the decision to move. Will it be better for me? Only God can tell. But for now, somehow I have to find a way to make it work.

My First Out of Town in two years.

The caption says it all. Although I lost/left my valuable tripod and my BPI Shirt during this business planning/outing, I once again sparked my creative juices to come up with images worthy of my laptop’s screensaver wallpaper.

The journey begins… (taken using my iPhone)

  Our arrival at the beach (taken using my iPhone)
My night shots. Tweaked with the help of Lightroom.

Group shot of my new family. Thanks for the warm welcome BPI. #MakeTheBestHappen

Back on Top

I am now posting inspirational stuff. My life is almost back to normal. 

I would like to say I never lost faith. But that wouldn’t be true. Let’s just say that despite me questioning his will he still have me more than what I wanted. And that is how great a God he is!

Entering a New Chapter 

As the dust settles from a very emotional very sad chapter in my history of mistakes, another door opens up.

I’m still waiting for the results of my medical but I am already preparing for the inevitable.

My career shift to another bank is almost complete. With this move I will close a chapter of my life and enter a new one.

Everything is still a mystery to me. But I already know it’s going to be exciting.