Lessons learned from Attention Please #2/2

Anyway, I wanted to write about this for last week post, but I was having 2 tests near the weekend so I was studying in panic (luckily, both are passed) and worried about my PR applications (yes I’m applying again, hopefully I can get it now).

But since the story was too long to be in one post, so I decided to split it instead.

Let’s continue…

4. Know about the good, the bad and the ugly of your profession.

Every profession has their own risks, none of them is risk free. That’s what her instructor wants her to keep in mind. Which I found it’s very true.

I’m sure you can name the good, but can you spot the bad and the ugly of your line?

Some of the bad and ugly on my line are, long working hours (to meet the deadlines), unnoticed (since they only know the result), given strict and almost impossible deadlines (and may be stretched). And it’s up to us, how are we going to take it.

5. Be grateful to have mean and strict teacher.

It’s either she’s too simple minded or her instructor is too strict, you will see a lot of student teacher conflict here. She complains why her instructor like to pick on her.

Simply put, when you have your teacher or mentor or senior pick on you, it doesn’t always mean that they hate you (though that there may be some chances still). They just want us to level up our standards and it’s easier isn’t it when you have or see the target where or what you want to be?

6. We are all still learning even after graduated from school.

Don’t ever satisfied with the knowledge you have now. We are still learning and by so, we will be specialized in what we do.

To sum up, watching this dorama while I’m supposedly studying for my tests (one of them is Japanese test) diligently made me a little guilty. Although I justify it that I’m also practicing my Japanese listening and noticing the grammar they used in conversation. But, somehow I can relate this to what happened to me recently (which I plan to write on the next post). So I hope that some of those points may help you in some way.

Anyway, I’m sure that you may have different impressions about this dorama if you had watched it. If you do, care to share it?

  • Billy Dj

    Seeing your blog, somehow reminds me about watching this Jdrama long long time ago. It was my first Jdorama and I’m sure that most people who watched this would say fun to watch.
    This was the first drama who can make me convert from Anime to Jdrama. I learn a lot. I even cried when I saw this, even though I forgot which part made me cried… This Jdrama has a lot of morale lessons like you’ve said in 2 of your blog posts. I’ve enjoyed it a lot, and I learned that passions never let you down. If you really like your job, then you’ll be evolve to adapt in your situation whatever happens to you.

    • Yes, sometimes I give up things too fast because I don’t have perseverance or lack of determination. But, this movie reminds me that there is a big difference whether you are merely interested or you are committed to it.
      😉

  • Billy Dj

    Seeing your blog, somehow reminds me about watching this Jdrama long long time ago. It was my first Jdorama and I’m sure that most people who watched this would say fun to watch.
    This was the first drama who can make me convert from Anime to Jdrama. I learn a lot. I even cried when I saw this, even though I forgot which part made me cried… This Jdrama has a lot of morale lessons like you’ve said in 2 of your blog posts. I’ve enjoyed it a lot, and I learned that passions never let you down. If you really like your job, then you’ll be evolve to adapt in your situation whatever happens to you.

    • Yes, sometimes I give up things too fast because I don’t have perseverance or lack of determination. But, this movie reminds me that there is a big difference whether you are merely interested or you are committed to it.
      😉