Barry ThangkhiewOne of my New Year's resolution in 2015 was to stand on my own feet and Chillibreeze not only helped me accomplish it but also taught me how to fly beyond my expectation. I'm so happy to be a part of Chillibreeze family. The atmosphere, the environment and the team work, this is what I always wanted. Thank you Chillibreeze and everyone. Felt like am back to school learning everyday and growing with the passing of time.
Jeneson PdeValues exist, whether you recognize them or not. Life can be much easier when you acknowledge your values and when you make plans and decisions that honor them. If you value family, but you have to work 70hour weeks in your job, will you feel internal stress and conflict? And if you don't value competition, and you work in a highly competitive sales environment, are you likely to be satisfied with your job? In these types of situations, understanding your values can really help. When you know your own values, you can use them to make decisions about how to live your life, and you can answer questions like these:
- What job should I pursue?
- Should I accept this promotion?
- Should I start my own business?
- Should I compromise, or be firm with my position?
- Should I follow tradition, or travel down a new path?