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Say it ain’t so


It’s amazing how this life transformation app I’m trying for the next year seems to fit quite nicely with my life. Yesterday was the first day of my new job in retail. I chose that job on the word of the guy I talked to about it. He explained to me that I would be monday through Friday 7am-3pm that’s perfect for me. Upon joining their team, I find out quickly that it will not be that, instead I will be working nights mainly and running a department the size of a medium retail store plus the fitting room! Everything in my bones tells me to say something or quit but there is a stinger voice telling me to stick it out. Today my transformation assignment seconds that voice in my head. I don’t know what to do. I want to make it to the top of this retail giant but I don’t want to kill myself doing it. The work they have is by no means a one man job and I hate failing. I feel like I will die trying to complete this task.

I need advice please.

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