So, after the long wait and apprehension, you have received your posting letter. You are either excited because you got the company you wanted, or you are concerned because you do not like where you were posted.
That is beside the point. In the long run, life has a way of working itself out in the scheme of things. You might be surprised that you will enjoy your service period and fondly look back on the experience.
Commonly, the delight of being posted to our dream organisation fades out our focus to reflect on our strengths and areas for improvement and how we could utilise them as essential tools for growth within the 365 days of service.
There are probably many things running through the minds of personnel at such a time. For example, the worry about being attached to the departments and branches of choice. Again, this quickly wipes away the sense of realising other potentials because we've been programmed to believe that our field of work should equate to our programme of study.
These are the things which should occupy your thoughts as you seek to start your service.