They sent this email to the wrong person. They definitely did. My resume has a cat on it — a CAT.
It’s a Girl’s (kind of f*cked up) World!
It’s easy to stay in your room and watch Netflix all night.
Fewer arguments, more discussions.
I recognize that experience is important. You want your company to be the best, and you want your employees to give you the best results with the least training. But what about dedication, persistence, and creativity?
Rick tells us that we shouldn’t think of ourselves as “unemployed.” Unemployed is a negative word; it’s self-defeating.
It wasn’t bad or terrible. I didn’t feel used.
Worry #1: Do I actually know what I’m doing?
We need someone to help handle growing demand from advertisers for the Thought Catalog platform on the West Coast. This is an entry-level position that involves managing our current campaigns and building our existing client relationships.
I remember a time when I’d lose my mind over a fresh package of ballpoint pens from Office Depot. Now, I rely on naps and tea to keep me from turning into Patrick Bateman.