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1) Trash can philosophy
I've been thinking: "If I have to learn from what others like to do, I'll probably have no chance in doing so. Maybe the best approach for me is to learn from what others don't like to do." Maybe even if I am a garbage collector, I can still learn from the garbage I've collected. Thus my theory for this "trash can philosophy" is that I'd rather be a garbage man and do things others wouldn't like to do. I know that "having a chance to do something" is a form of learning itself. By not letting any chance for learning pass by, my thought patterns took a turn and found an opening in realization.
1. Each employee is his/her own master
2. Picture yourself in front of a customer
3. Respect each customer's individuality
4. Never say no easily!
3)Hold the greatest hope, for the most efforts, prepare for the worst.
(4) Yen gives us the most reflection on "actual strength over academic background". One's "academic background" is no longer the most important. Rather, one's "actual strength" would be the largest support in life and society, and it allows people to understand that defeat is not the result of failure, but a chance for success.