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.

3 thoughts on “PhotoShop Class

  1. 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!

  2. 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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