Monthly Archives: September 2011

Follow your instincts!

Up and at ’em at 3:30am this morning. Not on purpose, since I had a 7:15am Toastmasters meeting anyway, but my mind would not let me sleep. I was lost in thoughts and visualizations of my future career. I decided … Continue reading

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Let people make their own decisions

Another dog reference for you all! I’m trying to take my friend’s dog out for a walk and she doesn’t know me very well. (also associates me with Louis, probably) I tried to give her a dog treat while I … Continue reading

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I think too much

I have a tendency to overanalyze, and I sometimes find myself caught in ‘paralysis by analysis.’ Sometimes, you just have to act in the best way you can think of at the moment. Don’t worry what people think of you … Continue reading

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Job lessons from the dog park

The urban dog park – what an intriguing idea. Give dog-owning apartment and condo dwellers the chance to let their doggies run around and play while they (or their dog sitters, in my case) watch them have fun. I live … Continue reading

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I found it!

“It” meaning what I want to do. I haven’t found the perfect position yet, but I have stumbled upon what really excites me. I cannot believe it has been this long before it really clicked, ┬ábut now I don’t have … Continue reading

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My first referral

    Day 1 of the job hunt: Given contact information for a hiring manager from a ┬ácompletely random stranger while walking Louis (the dog) about 30 feet from my apartment. Ashley and Billi were raising money for Planned Parenthood, … Continue reading

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getting started

It’s 11:30pm on a Saturday night, and I am on my computer in my apartment. I’d usually be out with friends, like I have been the last couple nights, but I’d rather stay in and get started on things. I … Continue reading

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