Me: This is amazing. It’s almost not even fair. Max: Yes it is. We work for this. We took the risk. Standing on top of a mountain overlooking a beautiful lakeand small Mexican town, I listened to the words Max said and thought, “He’s right, this is the life we chose.” But then, I grewRead more about The Leap[…]
A few weeks ago, TropicalMBA posted the opportunity of a lifetime. After four Skype interviews, I was offered the product marketing position, and come middle of September, I will be living in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) working with the talented team at TropicalMBA. I couldn’t be more excited and I can’t wait to work my ass off.
The job posting got an overwhelmingly positive response and Dan wrote some tips to help future applicants on how to get their dream job. Dan gives some excellent advice and I wanted to share my experience in applying to my dream job.
It was an average Friday afternoon, the office was a little slow and on my lunch break I was surfing my favorite blogs and catching up on my ever growing email subscriptions.
I saw an email from TropicalMBA saying they were hiring. After reading the job description, I knew I had to apply. It was the last day to submit your application, so I rushed home and got to work.
This picture is great. It exemplifies why everything most people think is wrong.
Recently, I was in a situation where I could really relate to this. I had a very big decision to make in my career which I’ll be telling you about very soon (big announcement coming!).
I basically came to a fork in my career and had to make a decision that would impact the rest of my life.
Being neurotic, analytic, and fickle as I am I wavered back and forth in fear of making the wrong choice.