Tag Archive | workplace
When I compare my work e-mails today to the ones I wrote as a new hire, there’s a noticeable difference. My e-mails today — though friendly — are often brief and to the point. The sentences are simple, and the punctuation is basic. “Hi John. Please send me a copy of the check. Thank you.” […]
That voice in the back of my head, telling me I’m not good enough … it does make a compelling case.
I’m cutting back on caffeine and carbs. So please, do try to avoid pissing me off.
Although I detest ties and rarely wear one, I always carry an air of professionalism. (I always carry a rubber chicken, too, because I like to be prepared. After all, you never know when you’ll be asked to meet with the CEO.)
Working at the front desk of a busy real-estate office requires patience, a professional demeanor and a cheerful attitude. So naturally, I had to pursue another profession.
I used to work at the front desk of a busy real-estate office. And every time the phone rang, it siphoned off a bit of my soul.
Depravity and debauchery are hallmarks of any successful chamber mixer. And if you can network a little, too, then so much the better. (But really, it’s all about the debauchery.)