“Your position has been eliminated, effective today.”
So what if your friend is making a ton of money, or if they just got a ton of coverage for something they did? So what if they’re working with this client or that client? Or if they just signed a deal with so and so? You’ve made your purpose clear, you’ve made your life’s priorities clear. Things will work out for you in the way that you’ve chosen–but again, only if examined in their own context.
These are so fascinating!
“What do you do?” Bill’s friend asked. “I’m a writer,” I said.
Now that I am a seasoned veteran to this imprisoning time of a shift five consecutive days of the week, here are the things I have come to despise about it.
Out of my four summers interning, here is a condensed summary of things I wish to pass on to the next batch of overly eager beavers…
3. Engaging in current trends will help reputation management.
Even the process of thinking about finding a new job is exhausting.
No one wants to know how your day is. I repeat: no one cares about your day. Nor does anyone care “how it’s going” or “what’s up?”
Have you ever wanted a job where all you do is write Tweets for a living?