I get up at 9 am every morning, and when I see that there is no meeting in the morning, I continue to use my mobile phone for half an hour; it is almost ten o'clock when I drive to the company lazily, and I slowly eat an organic and healthy breakfast; open my mailbox and check the tasks list, swipe to work.
Chat with my colleagues about stocks at lunchtime phone number list and where to go hiking and skiing next week. In the afternoon, I returned to my work station, looked at the work at hand, thought about when I could be promoted, and planned how to make a bigger impact.
In a blink of an eye, you get off work at night, you are stuck on the 101 highway, with blurry music playing in your ears, and looking at the dim lights, you gradually fall into contemplation...
The life of Internet people in Silicon Valley is the envy of many people. Without the 996 system, without the smog of the imperial capital, everyone seems to live very comfortably.
But I deeply realize that there are still a large group of people behind this, with a heart that wants to go back but dare not go back to China.
Most of the people in Silicon Valley around me have worked in well-known Internet companies such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Amazon.
But unfortunately, most people are engaged in relatively simple jobs compared with their abilities. For example, a friend who used to be the top student in the school's GPA, but wrote test cases in the company; Tsinghua's Ben Bo The top students are also changing the UI code of the error page every day... Many friends are still doing repetitive work every day while complaining to me that they can't grow up.