interviewing tips for new grads(1)Take iPhone out of hand during 30min. interview(2)don’t tell me you’re “taking lunches” in New York and LA
Matt Sganga and Robin Lee at #Deutsch Media Boot Camp talking civility between salespeople and media. Awesome talk! Thx #SportsIllustrated
Gone from going officeless… - This post is mostly ceremonial at this point. I have been seen for a few… http://t.co/tWfriNQe
Gone from going officeless…
This post is mostly ceremonial at this point. I have been seen for a few months now in an office. Caged, like an animal at some demented business-zoo.
Ok, that’s rather dramatic. But I must admit that my experiment has ended. Not in failure, but in a recognition of practicality: I need a place to sit, more often than not. But the lessons were many and valuable, so let me reduce them to insignificant cliches:
- Paper sucks: I will retain my (mostly) paperless habits
- Get out: Being in an office doesn’t mean you HAVE to stay there
- Real-time rules: “The I must deal with it now” ethic that having no space demands, is a damn good one.
- Change is good; real good.
Good luck to the few people who have done the same thing and stuck with it.
See you around, literally.
Old habits die hard…
Back from vacation and just realized that I spent the few days before and after vacation in an office. I hid out in an empty office to focus before leaving. It was helpful on some level to have a door to shut…but after almost four days in an office, old unproductive habits return: a small stack of paper is forming next to a coffee cup next to a tangle of cords next to a stack of business cards.
Not the direction this experiment was meant to go. Time to step back out!
Off for a vacation to truly be officeless…see you in a week.
Stay free range!
Dropbox is from Heaven
Heading out to vacation with just my HTC Inspire. Critical files safely tucked in my Dropbox…nestled in the cloud. Easy peezy…