My worst trait, described by the awesome Kate Carruthers:
I know I’m not alone though, @trib agreed, although he tweets so much I can’t find the shot.
I can’t rule out working for others again, but the chances aren’t great. I’ve never been fired from a job, but I’ve had to walk more than a couple of times.
Everything from stupid pressure on me, to me lecturing them out of place.
I’ve left jobs because I couldn’t stand the stupidity of the ppl I work for.
I hope that doesn’t make me a bad person.
But it might make for a colourful autobiography one day. Well, not that anyone would care to read it, but in my 34 years I’ve been
An admin assistant, Margin Lending Assistant, Nightfiller, Manager, Membership Co-ordinator, 2IC (Insurance), Branch Manager (credit Union), Research/ Electorate Officer and VP/ Founder. And that’s before Proxy Owner, Staff Writer, Editor and Publisher.
You can’t regret it all, even if I do regret most. Oddly enough my favorite job was as Manager for the Junior Soccer Association of WA. I loved that job, and it’s one of the few I left without major issue. Mind you, they slammed me when I left (the President kept asking me to install pirate software, then denied it) but I had no reason to leave other than I thought the next job was better. Turns out it wasn’t. Indeed, working at the WACA was one of the worst mistakes of my life.
Hi Darren Beazley, I’ll never forget 🙂