Who says I don't have breakdowns at work?
I do have them, but only from breakdowns you can get breakthroughs.
This morning I was supposed to shift a PC to a department for a new staff.
I went to the Maintenance Dept. to get the trolley.
And they said, the trolley is not with them,
and the last person to use it was from my department.
I recalled that it's true that my colleague used it last Friday,
but I'm sure he is responsible enough to return it once he's done.
I called him to check.
Yeap, he said, he already returned the trolley.
I checked back with the Maintenance Dept, and they were not satisfied.
At that time I made myself feel bad, and I made it mean that I was being scolded.
I was dwelling in my own rackets that the trolley is missing and we were blamed for it.
I decided to get off it. This kind of feeling doesn't make any difference.
The trolley is missing, and it's not our fault.
What I can do is that-
the next time we borrow the trolley (after it is found of course)
I will make sure that we sign a form,
and sign again to prove that we have returned it.
It's just the matter of making things work.