Hey, how’s it going everyone?
This is Bonnie.
R: What would you say your responsibilities would be if I gave you the job?
C: I'd say my number one responsibility as deputy manager would be to the guests,
to ensure they have an enjoyable and relaxing stay.
My job is to serve them, no matter how absurd, bizarre or perverse their requirements may be.
I think I have all the necessary skills. I'm organized, ambitious,
and I just think the job will be more personally rewarding than working on reception.
R: You said "think" twice.
C: Is that a bad thing?
R: （敲黑板）Try using "believe", as in, "I believe your account is overdue, Mrs Akiko.”
Puts a more positive spin on things.
You have all the attributes of a good receptionist. You're polite, handsome, flirtatious.
R: and yet strangely asexual.
C: Thank you.（我就笑笑）
- asexual 无性欲的，清心寡欲的
R: So why would I want to lose my best receptionist and gain an inexperienced deputy manager?
R: Imagine your worst day, a day when everything goes wrong and everyone blames you.
Then multiply that by 10.
That is an average day in the life of a hotel manager.
C: Just one. If a job in management is as bad as you say it is, then why do you do it?
R: I never said the job was bad. I said it was long hours and hard work.
R: There are also a lot of perks.
R: Like, if you ever get the job, you'll discover for yourself.