Stories

Story about Interviewing Skills: Don't Sell Jewelry Boxes to Examiners

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Not long ago, my company organized a recruitment, because an examiner suddenly fell ill, so I temporarily replaced him to check the interview. When I arrived at the company in the rain, the interview had already started and many young people were waiting outside the meeting room. Because I walked too fast, I nearly fell at the door of the conference room, and the information in my hand dropped all over the floor. A young man came up to help at once. He politely helped me pick up the papers on the ground, quickly tidied them up and handed them to me with both hands. I thanked him at once. The young man smiled and shook his head. Then he handed me a piece of paper, saying that it must be raining hard outside. Teacher, your shoes are wet. I looked down and saw that my shoes were really wet, so I took the paper and wiped them. then I pushed the door and walked into the meeting room. in my heart, I was really grateful to this elegant and thoughtful young man.

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Not long ago, my company organized a recruitment, because an examiner suddenly fell ill, so I temporarily replaced him to check the interview. When I arrived at the company in the rain, the interview had already started and many young people were waiting outside the meeting room. Because I walked too fast, I nearly fell at the door of the conference room, and the information in my hand dropped all over the floor. A young man came up to help at once. He politely helped me pick up the papers on the ground, quickly tidied them up and handed them to me with both hands. I thanked him at once. The young man smiled and shook his head. Then he handed me a piece of paper, saying that it must be raining hard outside. Teacher, your shoes are wet. I looked down and saw that my shoes were really wet, so I took the paper and wiped them. then I pushed the door and walked into the meeting room. in my heart, I was really grateful to this elegant and thoughtful young man.

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Life Story:Find Yourself A Stool

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In real life, it is very difficult to have the chance to take a proper seat. God's fingers are often careless. If you always wait, don't act, don't make efforts, you will never sit in the right position for you.

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Life Story:Find Yourself A Stool

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In real life, it is very difficult to have the chance to take a proper seat. God's fingers are often careless. If you always wait, don't act, don't make efforts, you will never sit in the right position for you.

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A Philosophy Story: A Chair

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On a rainy afternoon, an old woman walked into a department store in Philadelphia. Most of the counter staff ignored her. A young man came up and asked if she could do anything for her.

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A Philosophy Story: A Chair

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On a rainy afternoon, an old woman walked into a department store in Philadelphia. Most of the counter staff ignored her. A young man came up and asked if she could do anything for her.

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Philosophy Story:Pride Clothes Hanger

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A new leader came to the unit and he decided to tidy up the office.  He wants to replace the old clothes rack with a brand-new one because it is really a bit old.  It was partially painted and could not stand.  The new leader got his new clothes rack as he wished, and the old clothes rack was thrown into the warehouse.

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Philosophy Story:Pride Clothes Hanger

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A new leader came to the unit and he decided to tidy up the office.  He wants to replace the old clothes rack with a brand-new one because it is really a bit old.  It was partially painted and could not stand.  The new leader got his new clothes rack as he wished, and the old clothes rack was thrown into the warehouse.

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A Chair and America's Good Neighbor

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“Expend the respect of the aged in one’s family to that of other families; expend the love of the young ones in one’s family to that of other families”is a famous saying left by Mencius, a Confucian representative in the Warring States Period, when describing his ideal society. It is still of great educational significance today.

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A Chair and America's Good Neighbor

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“Expend the respect of the aged in one’s family to that of other families; expend the love of the young ones in one’s family to that of other families”is a famous saying left by Mencius, a Confucian representative in the Warring States Period, when describing his ideal society. It is still of great educational significance today.

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