PhotoShop Class

I took a Pho­to­Shop class all day today just down the street from my office. I learned a met­ric fuck­ton of info that I can’t wait to put into prac­tice. I used to won­der what could be so impor­tant that busi­ness folks would be on their cell­phones all the time, but I was wor­ried about the deliv­ery of the ISC Annu­al Report since I was the main moti­va­tor at get­ting a few copies print­ed and bound nice­ly. They were due yes­ter­day, and last I knew they still hadn’t been deliv­ered. They’re due tomor­row, by law, to the ADP Board, so I was hitch­ing back down the street on breaks and mak­ing phone calls to check on the every­thing.

And the thing is, I don’t mind it. I love the fact that I’m trust­ed to imple­ment my ideas and expect­ed to suc­ceed at them. My judg­ment is trust­ed and I love that respon­si­bil­i­ty.

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  • Now that’s the kind of cor­po­rate cul­ture worth hyp­ing. For­get indoor slides, cafe­te­rias, and free soda. *ahem* Trust and expec­ta­tion of suc­cess are invalu­able!

  • It’s good to be respon­si­ble until every­one learns they can come to you. Then it gets mad­den­ing. But yes, very good to be relied upon, to have the con­stant feed­back that yr an intel­li­gent being. All the work part sounds so bureau­crat­ic and depen­dent on yr vig­i­lance. I’m glad I got the chance to drop out…

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