This is a follow-on from last week’s post: Office Politics: The Interview.
Adobe just released their new Voice app on the iPad, which allows you to make simple infographic videos and share them. I’m trying it out – and here’s a link to the video that I made instead of writing today’s post:
Apologies in advance for some of the dodgy audio – I’ve discovered that my office echoes, and you can hear the traffic from outside. But still, it was fun. Expect more of these.
Anonymous May 9, 2014 at 11:45
Thank you Jayson. It’s just in time for my interview next week. And come to think of it, why on EARTH would I consider staying where I currently am? I don’t think there’s any amount of extra money, which I might reasonably expect, that could outweigh the significance of why I want to leave. Even if I could quantify it all, and it did do this, I’m still left with the same old issues that will continue compounding ‘exponentially’. And it’s back to square one.Reply
Jayson May 9, 2014 at 11:57
You’re so welcome. I had a lot of fun with these last two Office Politics posts – so I hope they helped.
Good luck with the interview next week! 🙂Reply
Anonymous May 9, 2014 at 13:41
Yes, it most certainly has helped – When you pointed out the inconsistency in your first post, I had two perfect examples of the processes and subsequent realities of the jobs I’ve had so far to relate that back to! And that’s helped remove a lot of initial, unnecessary fear 🙂
Thanks, and have a great weekend!Reply
Anonymous May 13, 2014 at 22:23
I just thought I’d mention that I had my interview today and they’d like me to come back for a second one with one of their directors 🙂
This is the last thing I read a handful of times before I went in:
Be interesting (and if that fails, be interested), be contented (because the contented don’t need to please), and be engaged (because that’s how you interact).
And against all odds (because it’s really so unlike me) I was “comfortable under scrutiny”!
Jayson May 14, 2014 at 06:52
Win! And nicely done. *fist bump*Reply