Childhood dreams are worth pursuing for a lifetime.
When we were young, our greatest joy was in school, receiving praise from our teachers, returning home with small red flowers or certificates, and receiving praise from our parents. Maslow's hierarchy of needs theory well explains that everyone has an instinctive need for progress and expects to be recognized by others. Praise can increase confidence, build rapport, and overcome difficulties.
As we gradually grow up, praise becomes increasingly scarce, and people seem to have reservations about praise among themselves. But as long as we maintain an upward mindset, praise will always arrive as expected. Recently, the efforts and efforts of the Jingyuan Electromechanical Installation and Debugging Team on site in Wuhan Yili have been fully recognized by the customers. For this reason, Wuhan Yili has specially sent a letter of praise, thanking the Jingyuan team for their efforts, which have shortened the project cycle and promoted the progress of the project. It is reported that the finished product warehouse debugging of this project has been alternating with production debugging, and due to the tight storage location, the project progress has certain difficulties. Finally, through communication and exchange, coordinate the debugging of a library in different regions, and after the debugging of each region is completed, it will be put into operation. This decision effectively ensures the smooth progress of project debugging work and completes it ahead of schedule, effectively advancing the progress of the client's project.
Wuhan Yili sent a letter of praise
Jingyuan team on-site debugging
As people enter the workplace and experience, their mentality has changed, but maintaining childlike innocence is commendable. I don't know if the dreams of childhood have been realized, pursued, or lost as you grow up. Today, on the International International Children's Day, I hope that every one of you who was a child in the world can continue to pursue your childhood dreams in the limited years. And the original intention of being upward is worth pursuing throughout one's life.
I wish all friends, old and young, a happy International Children's Day!