A Letter to My Boss
A Letter to My Boss.
Time flies! I have worked in the company for ten years. At this moment, it recalls me a well-known proverb. Namely, as a man sows, so he shall reap. Here, I propose for a promotion to be the marketing manager. Following are some reasons.
To begin with, I am confined to the company. I devote myself to the company as soon as I am admitted to be one member of it. The loyalty of mine has never changed. Employees are to employer what bricks are to house. So is the case with our company.
What’ more, there are three important principles that I am keeping in my daily life. First, care and diligence bring luck. Therefore, I take everything seriously. Second, a year’s plan starts with spring. So I am always the first to come and the last to go. Third, a word spoken is past recalling. Needless to say, keeping one’s word is a kind of virtue. In my mind’s eye, only someone who keeps the promise is trustful. I regard myself such a person who keeps her word.
Still, I perfectly finished every assignment you gave me. For the continual five years, my portfolios are far ahead. The peers call me “WORKAHOLIC” for a joke. As a proverb goes, practice makes perfect. After ten years’ practicing, I experience a lot and learn more.
The last, for my potential abilities I have. If I were the marketing manager, I believe I would spare no efforts to do better. I will make full use of my creative ability. I will lead my group walking ahead of the time.
I like what is in the work—the chance to find myself. Please give me a chance, and I am ready facing challenges. Believe me, my dear boss.
Otherwise, please feel free to play some little flash games for relaxation, such as those dora games !