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it's always a little scary to me when i hand my resume over to someone for their review. perhaps i'm not alone in this slight fright, but it strikes me as i write this that i don't believe i've ever discussed this scaredy-catness about resumes with anyone else before.
i'm very proud of my resume; it's beautiful and concise and really showcases the diversity of my talents and my assets and my value as an employee no matter where i go. and yes, i'm very proud of that. and can you believe - no fudging!
i submitted my resume today. not just once. i submitted my resume a bunch, to several prospective employers. one of the employers is based in new york city, and i think that's the company for which i'd like to work.
why is it so scary? i imagine it's the prospect of all of that newness that comes with phone calls, meetings, interviews, first impressions... after giving it some thought, i nearly changed my mind about using the word "scary" in lieu of a word that seemed more fitting, "exciting". i can't discount scary altogether though, because along with all that excitement is a modicum of scary. i guess the only amendment i need make is that it's the good kind of scary; it's thrilling.
even more thrilling would be the "we're interested" conversation.
i have a crazy-busy weekend: working 7am - 4pm tomorrow, have to rush to rehearsal (which starts at 4pm, so i'll be a few minutes late) then performance until somewhere around 11am, two photo shoots on sunday, and of course, easter. somewhere in there i have to schedule a little sleep, so i'm going to get a head start right now.


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