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Be confident in the workplace with the Samsung Galaxy A23 and A13

Be confident in the workplace with the Samsung Galaxy A23 and A13 Posted on June 23, 2022Leave a comment

Sinjin is a travel and lifestyle blogger. Formerly the president of Cebu's premier blogging organization, the Cebu Bloggers Society, he is Sun Prepaid's "Glorious Lifestyle Baron" and Cebu Pacific's "Singapore Party Peep"

Starting one’s first job is one of the most challenging periods for young professionals. There’s constant stress over their fear of rejection, too much pressure, and high expectations towards their tasks. Joining the workforce may be intimidating but with a few tips, they can face those fears and be awesome at work.

Here are a few:

Always be prepared

There are always a lot of things to be juggled at work but they can be handled easily with some preparation. Lists are easy to make and follow, and they come in different formats. Some have straightforward lists that outline what they need to do in a day, arranged by level of importance. A common tip is to start with the hardest task first so it is out of the way. Another good tip is to outline weekly to plot deadlines and assign when they will be worked on. It is also advisable to finish tasks little by little to make progress.

Join workshops and training

It’s easy to get overwhelmed with all the tasks that need to be done. There are workshops and seminars that teach fresh graduates the skills they need to succeed. Many companies offer free training, while there are those that cover the cost of signing up. It will also be helpful to watch videos on YouTube or read articles to up-skill and impress colleagues and bosses.

Have a reliable smartphone

Smartphones have now become extensions of work since they have a lot of productivity apps such as Notes and Google Workspace. It can serve as a second screen or a work device when on the go. Some considerations for a smartphone are a large screen that can display important files, a long battery life, and large storage.

Samsung’s Galaxy A23 and A13 are the ideal smartphones to help young professionals become more prepared and efficient at work. 

Both the Galaxy A23 and A13 have a 6.6” TFT V-Cut Display, large enough to display reports or spreadsheets, and even online meetings. 

The devices are also useful outside of the workplace. They sport a Quad Camera that captures various types of content with its 50MP main camera, which captures photos and videos in clear and vibrant detail. Both the devices can store all the important photo and video memories and even important files with 128GB of internal storage, which can be expanded by up to 1TB. Lastly, a 5,000mAh of battery so there’s enough power to last the whole day.

Both smartphones are available in Awesome Black, Awesome Blue, and Awesome Peach, while the Galaxy A23 has an additional Awesome White variant. The smartphones are available in all authorized Samsung Stores and online for:

  • Galaxy A23 (6+128GB) – PHP 13,990 SRP
  • Galaxy A13 (4+128GB) – PHP 10,490 SRP
  • Galaxy A13 (6+128GB) – PHP 11,490 SRP

Awesome deals for everyone

Purchase the new Galaxy A13 with flexible payment terms through participating credit cards for as low as PHP 1,784.33/mo at 0% interest for 6 months. Home Credit payment is also available and pays for as low as PHP 841/mo at 0% interest for 9 months. Both of these offers are available until June 30.

For more information about the Samsung Galaxy A23 and A13, visit samsung.com/ph.

Safe Samsung Shopping

Health and safety protocols are strictly followed in Samsung Experience Stores to keep consumers and employees safe. Adhering to the guidelines set by the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases, Samsung has implemented the mandatory use of face masks, and performs frequent sanitation in all stores. 

Sinjin is a travel and lifestyle blogger. Formerly the president of Cebu's premier blogging organization, the Cebu Bloggers Society, he is Sun Prepaid's "Glorious Lifestyle Baron" and Cebu Pacific's "Singapore Party Peep"

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