The Flyer Distributor| Nikolay Mitov 
Faster than a melting snow cone in Hell, he scurries, stretches, smiles, and greats. While one opens their mouth in the attempt to say “Good evening,” he has already turned his back on them. While all the lights die down and the cold is biting through each and every nerve and fibre — Nikolay Mitov stands in front of the city mall, distributing flyers. 
For the past six years, Nikolay has dedicated six hours per day in advertising, talking to strangers, and being the effervescent center of attention. “This is what I work and what I want to work. There is no unworthy job. You just need to prove yourself in everything you do.” 
When he is not at work, he seeks fun and travels; however, his job is the most important part of his life. Despite the challenges he faces he reacts flexibly and effectively. 
“Very often people behave disrespectfully, but I don’t care because I am very open-minded. The idea is that when you promote something, you need to make people embrace your product. You need to make them believe. They should not feel deceived. Many don’t trust me. They behave foolishly and even silly. They grab the flyer and say “What is this?” and throw it away. Dour, they tell me “We don’t need that!” 
Nikolay, holding a black pouch in his reddened from the cold hands, kept smiling with eyes full of hope. He accepts himself not like an ordinary flyer distributor, but as a happy energy provider.” 
“People may be right; we are all surrounded by delusion, but I am not part of it. I am the positive energy itself, and anyone who I approach becomes a little more optimistic.” 
Nikolay says that on his busy days he distributes more than 3000 flyers. “ I work all day long, I don’t even have time to eat. Despite that for this kind of work people who get tired easily get out of the game.” 
And when the day is over the only thing that he thinks about is motivation. “Even when I feel tired and my legs pulse with pain, I see the light and understand that when purpose justifies the means, you do not think about the minuses.”

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