My last real world interview!
In 13 hours, I will be introducing myself to my last offline interviewers! I have prepared my last resume & portfolio!
This holds much signification for me, I am choosing a job that will allow me to have the time and head-space for my own projects.
Don't get me wrong, I'll do my job just fine, but no extra effort. No more overtime, no more above and beyond, simply punch in-punch out.
Doesn't sound too exciting, but I will actually be loving what I do! Simply, this time around, I am keeping all my extra energy and creativity for my businesses.
They are offering 4 days a week, I'm already planning a schedule for those 3 day weekends on WA and my websites!
Seems here like I already got the job, but I think I do, hihihi. My friend was employed there last week and she has put in a good word for me. + They are desperate to fill this position and I fit the bill perfectly! It should be a casual meeting, I have already met them briefly, their business is in the same building my last office was in.
Having been immersed in job/interview mode today, I was wondering what are your plans for offline jobs? Are you already working part-time? What are your goals when it comes to your working situation?
Wish me luck guys! :)
UPDATE: Thanks for all your wishes! The interview was great, the job even better and I did get the job! :) BUT my information about the work load/hours was totally off. Turns out they need 5-6 days a week, do it all, know it all, in charge of everything, right arm, etc...basically running the whole place! I can ''do'' the job, but I don't ''want'' to.
The question was simple: Am I going to regret not taking this job or am I going to regret not focusing and trying to create my own business. The latter won and I am very happy!