So I’ve decided to take the job I was offered. And now I’m scared. But not too scared. I wasn’t even expecting to be contacted for an interview, much less to be offered a job. I only had two days to prepare for the interview but it was during a week when I felt powerful and creative. I had just created this blog after many hours and days of putting it together, and I was seeing old and new friends daily. I was exhausted and substitute teaching the day of the interview yet I knew I’d probably still come across well. It was that kind of week, after all.
Mainly though, I had nothing much to lose if I botched the interview. As I said above, I hadn’t been expecting any of this and I hadn’t been looking for it either. I figured if I ruined the interview, I could just go back to my happy life.
Now it’s not so simple. Now that I have a job if I start the job and then fail I have more to lose now. My self esteem is on the line here. This time it’s personal.
Oh and I’m not trying to be mysterious at all (see previous post). The job is for Amherst Cinema.
Who doesn’t like movies? I like movies. Everyone likes movies! Worlds…no…galaxies better than software and hardware.