(Not-so) Blind Ambition.

I take risks, even though they’re sometimes calculated ones. I leap, but I often look quickly first, assess the situation, and then go. I wouldn’t say that makes me any less of a “go-getter”, just a smart one.

I haven’t had many jobs since I entered the work force. I like stability, I like a constant income, and when it comes to my working environment, I don’t like change. My father also drilled it into me that staying with the same company for a long period of time “looks good”, and at twenty five, I completely believe him. More jobs doesn’t mean more experience, fact.

I have been feeling the pull though. The pull to do more with my talents, to tighten my goals, to GO for what I’m wanting and needing. I love a good challenge, I love to do what I succeed at, I love the feel of accomplishment.

I have a job interview on Thursday, and to say that I’m anxious would be an understatement. It pays well, it’s what I’ve wanted, and there is no possible reason why I shouldn’t go for it. Except for all the possible ways it could fail, of course…:) I am my own worst critic.


I added 48-54 to my list:)

One comment

  1. I know you will do well on your interview. Good Luck.

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