How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


The interview with Brett Spodak went pretty well, but not fantastic. He basically said that he wanted someone with more experience, and I came back and pointed out that in a few months I could outdo someone with four years of experience.

What I didn't say is that I have sheer talent. What I lack for logged-hours I overcompensate for with being badass.

However, that vibe is going to communicate itself to him in his sleep. He'll wake up tomorrow and realize that I'm perfect.

Or Sharyn, who seems to recognize my potential, will talk some sense into him.

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