Sunday, May 17, 2009

Back to my hometown

I'll go back to Fukuoka, my hometown, next Sunday. I should say that I'll move to Fukuoka.

Since I got an official offer from an international life insurance company as a life plan adviser, a sales person, I have been thinking whether I should stay in Tokyo for seeking new job or I should make a decision to work in the life insurance industry and go back to hometown, Fukuoka. Finally, I decided to go back to Fukuoka.

I think that I will be able to be active in this industry in Tokyo because I had built a lot of good relationships between ex-colleagues, ex-clients, and friends. However, if I will stay and will be active in Tokyo, I realized that I would lost a chance to go back to my hometown and I would not be able to leave Tokyo forever. That also meant for me that I would lost a chance to live with my lovely parents forever. I want to take care of my parents when they will need some helps. Because they are my parents.
Otherwise, I will be able to enjoy a job as a sales person of life insurance in Fukuoka because my clients will be the same whether in Tokyo or Fukuoka.

So I decided to move to my hometown, Fukuoka.

I know, it is the hardest sales job in all industries to work in life insurance industry, but I have no worry about that.
It's maybe because I believe that I am a good sales person, and I believe that there is nothing impossible if I work hard and think client.

Anyway, I'll do my best.







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