Here are 5 things that continue to help me muddle through. They help me carve my own path, they help me in my quest to accept the unknown and, above all else, help me get this “YOU MUST HAVE IT ALL” monkey off my damn back.
Maybe the bartender will make you a special Santa shot! Or maybe it’ll start to snow and you can have a snowball fight in the middle of the empty city streets! I mean that’s pretty awesome, and might even be more fun than listening to your Grandma tell the same story over and over while getting ham stuck in her teeth.
I like to think I’m a pretty great trainer (I’ve had a lot of experience at this point), and I’ve amassed a few tips on how to make your new team member feel comfortable and confident throughout the training process.
Let’s not sweat the small stuff, yeah? Okay, good talk.
6. Don’t expect me to be a lady all the time.
Forget everyone else. Only focus on the elements of your wedding that will make the two of you the happiest goons on the planet.
4. Warming up in public.
Chances are, if you are walking slowly in Manhattan, you are a tourist.
Having witnessed numerous cabaret acts in the last two years of my life, I can say pretty confidently that the points listed below are six significant dont’s.
Don’t let some pseudo-whatever-moron make you feel like you aren’t good enough, because you are.