when someone has a particular way of doing things consistently,
that can be a sign of who the person is.
we often ignore patterns because we hope things to be different.
we saw glimpses of those patterns as we got to know them,
but we chose to ignore it.
“When a person shows you who they are,
believe them.” – The great and late,
one of my favorite quotes.
we like to think we are these special snowflakes when it comes to others,
that we’ll treated differently than those from their past,
but i’m here to font you…
i hate when i’m compared to someone in their past.
they always make them out to be this angel that came down to earth,
but could never explain why that angel bounced out of their lives.
legit like this:
sidebar: i love this scene.
some shit i’d do.
future wolf: don’t ever make that mistake.
your exes are banished.
at these jobs out here,
they always like to talk about the person you replaced.
well it happened at my job today…
getting a job is hard enough as it is.
it’s all unnecessary stress,
a resume has to have “certain keywords” in order to be picked
looking for a job is like a full-time job
you may have to go through 5 interviews plus a speed round
after 2 years of interviewing,
you finally land on a job that hopefully pays well.
it’s not until after the initial training honeymoon phase…
life is all about the “cosign”.
imagine how easy you’ll have it if you get a cosign from oprah?
that would be like winning the lottery out here..
oprah is busy and we have to find our cosigns through another way.
it led me to wonder…
Do we need a white cosign to get us to the next level?
i’ve had it.
i’ve simply had it.
so i wanted to keep this under wraps until it came through.
i was so excited about it,
but i wanted to chill until it was set in stone.
2 weeks ago,
i had a big interview with a big sports agency.
it would have been working close with the new yawk sports teams.
you guessed it?…
i guess we can stay in theme.
so i got a email about a job on friday for today.
it was from the vixen i know who works at an agency.
but it paid well beyond what i was use too…
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