This weekend, many parents in China are focusing on their children’s college entrance examination scores and choosing universities. In China, the students are in a rat race, and the parents are also in a rat race. Nowadays, it seems that the industry of integrated hydraulic cartridge valves is also in a rat race in China. But in my style, I need to understand why first, then start, and then move steadily, at an appropriate speed. Although the peers of integrated hydraulic cartridge valves are in a rat race for price competition, I have increased material and processing costs, improved the quality of various elements of integrated hydraulic cartridge valves, extended the performance of integrated hydraulic cartridge valves, and strive to achieve higher cost-effectiveness of integrated hydraulic cartridge valves.
British writer Oscar Wilde said: There are only two tragedies in life, the first one is getting what I don't want; The second tragedy is getting what I want. How can getting something be considered a tragedy? Because after getting it, I found out there was a mistake, it is not what I really wanted. I see others pursuing it, and I thought I should pursue it too. After obtaining it, I realized that it wasn't what I wanted. Engaging in manufacturing is like crossing a bridge, where one can only move forward with one heart, cannot turn back, and there is no bypass.
In China, it has become the obsession of this generation to have children attend a good university, even graduate school if possible. But why go to college? What is the purpose of taking this course? This question is rarely considered. Today, a colleague of an integrated hydraulic cartridge valve talked to me about his child's situation. His daughter is studying at a university in Shanghai, majoring in customs declaration. His meaning is, "Don't worry about her now, wait for her to go abroad and pursue a master's degree after graduation, and then she must come back to inherit my integrated hydraulic cartridge valve career.
I was surprised to ask: what your daughter learned are not closely related to your integrated hydraulic cartridge valve. Even if she graduates from high school and can start taking over the integrated hydraulic cartridge valve career, why waste this time? His answer is: always look good on face! In fact, when it comes to going to school, not only should children think clearly, but parents also need to understand: if others go to college, does it mean that your children also need to go to college?
A few days ago, it was reported that a courier uncle worked as a courier for 15 years, sending his child to college. Eventually, after his son graduated from college, he inherited his father's business and became a courier boy. This kind of thing cannot be considered news at all, because it is becoming more and more common in real life. In this era where master's degrees are everywhere and doctoral degrees are abundant, my personal opinion is that there is no need to exchange money and youth for a dispensable degree. It should be the style of every parent to make career plans for their children, cultivate their professional skills, and make them self-sufficient. My children, if they can go to college, will be instructed to study history or philosophy. After graduation, they will first go to the workshop to tighten screws and work at the bottom level of integrated hydraulic cartridge valves for 3 years, and then engaged on the sales of integrated hydraulic cartridge valves.
If you are not as powerful, if you want to get along well in society, you should take it step by step from the bottom. The sincerity of the strong inspires admiration in people. The sincerity of the weak makes people feel like you're a fool.
In the integrated hydraulic cartridge valve industry, the same applies. Only when your manufacturing quality is strong can customers have admiration for you.
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