What do you do when what your client thinks is fantastic doesn’t meet your personal standards? o_O
If you work in The Arts, such as being a video editor linkedin.com/in/BillCammack, or a music mixer, your professional reputation is going to depend not only on your efficiency, but also on the content & quality of the final product, and how much your client enjoyed working with you.
It’s different from being, say, an accountant, where you can either count or you can’t, and you either count QUICKLY or you don’t. 😀
Since you’re always working for someone else (video production company, record producer), you don’t have final say over the finished quality because someone else is paying you to make THEIR VISION come to life.
So what do you do when what your client thinks is FANTASTIC doesn’t meet your personal standards? o_O Continue reading “What Your Name Is Worth”
Lonely people should date each other, in order to avoid mismatches.
Some online dating sites ask people a lot of questions. I know this because I have a couple of fake accounts so I can check out the local talent.
I can’t actually be involved in online dating, because I can’t get into a chick based on some unverified information she typed about herself and a couple of close-cropped pictures of her, spanning from her collarbone to the top of her head.. I actually have to be around a chick to know what I want to do with her.
One of the questions I haven’t seen is “Are You Lonely?”
I didn’t think about it at the time that I was making my accounts, but I was having yet another of the recurring conversation I have with women who can’t understand why guys are trying to touch them and kiss them and get laid when they go on dates with them. Continue reading “Lonely People Should Date Each Other”
I haven’t been paying much attention to Foursquare. I use it, but it’s a “social extra”. It isn’t important to me, other than catching up with people that happen to be nearby. Continue reading “Revising My Foursquare Strategy”
So this chick apologized to me the other day, for being, in her words “a bad friend”. I found this funny for a bunch of reasons.
So this chick apologized to me the other day, for being, in her words “a bad friend”.
I found this funny for a bunch of reasons. Continue reading “Good Friends vs. Bad Friends”
The point being that if women understood dating clearly, they would have a better time of it.
One of the problems that lots of women have with dating is that they refuse to understand/believe/accept that men and women are playing two different games. Men understand this and women don’t, which leads to lots of women falling for the okey-doke when they really don’t have to. Continue reading “Who Said We Were Friends? o_O (or: “She Could Get It”)”