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You have to Lose to win

Change is coming. Change is happening. Change is scary. Adjustments are inevitable. Never become too comfortable with one thing. If you become too comfortable...... any change in you routine will simply disturb you.


I got too comfortable at my job. I worked in the service industry as a server. I got attached to the flexible hours and fast cash. What you all didn't know is that my employer was tearing us apart mentally. We dealt with it due to earning fast cash. We traded or happiness for money every single shift.


I fell in this pattern of normalcy. I thought how we were being treated was ok. I knew the way we were being treated was never going to change. I knew that. I thought that way. So instead of walking away, I stayed and challenged every single situation that crossed my path. I was trying so hard to show my colleagues and managers that I wasn't a coward. I watched so many of my colleagues accept the disrespect. There was no much scandal happening behind the scenes that I refuse to turn a blind eye to.


Years of defending myself and standing up for what's right became draining. I had to lose this battle in order to win my sanity back. No job, no person, no amount of money is worth your mental and physical health. In this moment I was ok with losing in order for me to win again


At the end of the day, the only prize to be won..... is Tashe' Gray !!!!

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