I remember when I first came to Beijing, my roommates were looking for a job. There were three to four interviews a day. Sometimes I took a subway for a few hours to transfer to the bus. I only exchanged an interview with the interviewer: "Okay, let's talk, you go home and wait for news." "
He didn't even have time to sort out his lost expression, and he had to smile to catch up with an interview.
After a long day, he was exhausted, and it was late at night. When he woke up the next morning, he still had his unedited resume
He had set an alarm clock at 8 o'clock in the morning, but he woke up at 6:30. Even the circadian clock seems to be distressed by him, because only getting up at 6:30 can take part in an interview, and it will be possible to survive in the city.
What used to wake up was the alarm clock. Now it’s life to wake up. The hard things in life are always better than comfort.
Now, we don't need an alarm clock to get up early, because life is more accurate than the alarm clock.