was almost late.
i couldn’t find the building.
the thing with new yawk streets,
the actual address might be around the corner.
so you might be going to “jones street”,
but the actually entrance could be around the block.
thank god for google maps.
how did animals find shit before then?
when i got into the office,
i noticed how nice the decor was.
the view was also amazing from the conference room.
it was a much smaller office than the one i’m in now…
the snow bunny who interviewed me was pretty.
she looked tired,
but she was trying to fit all her interviews in.
as we were walking into the conference room,
she told me how the shoes she was wearing were hurting her feet.
she got them from zara.
i’m not kidding.
that is how she started out.
so i told her i was surprised about zara’s shoes being uncomfortable.
i bought a few pairs of shoes from there and it was no issue.
well after that it was on.
we spent the whole interview just talking about:
i schooled her on game on how to get a good deals.
she took notes as she observed me.
it was one of the most laid back interviews i ever went to.
when we got to the interview portion,
she liked my answers to the questions.
the job duties come in waves throughout the day.
i will be the assistant to her.
she is the assistant to the ceo.
if others need help,
since there are only like 12 or so employees,
i will be there to provide.
i’ll be sent to:
order and get the lunch for the staff
other things that come up within the office
sometimes it can get calm and she doesn’t mind down time.
the pay is crazy
knicks basketball tickets if ceo doesn’t want them
catered lunch daily
access to company car if i have to stay late
i was completely sold.
she told me it’s a very detailed oriented job tho.
so everything needs to written and presented correctly.
i was a little worried because of that.
“very detailed and presented correctly”.
i started to overthink about failing miserably.
from what she was telling me sounded very overwhelming,
but she assured me it was not as hard as it sounds.
the interview was at 3pm.
i left at 530pm.
we were chatting and laughing like we knew each other for years.
she started talking like i got the job,
but we sha’ll see.
i sent her a “thank you” email licikity split this morning.
the problem is got so used to this job i’m at now,
that leaving it to go somewhere else seems so scary to me.
to make matters worse,
one of the vps i work with introduced me to some clients today.
“they speak only good things about you jamari.
i said i needed to meet you.
you are a celeb around here.
keep up the good work.”
…and here i am trying to bounce.