This year, I appear to have reached a tipping point in my capacity to accept rejection, whether communicated to me directly, or apropos that breezy waft of silence that so commonly passes for rejection these days.
So, for me, it doesn't mean that I'm waiting for the phone to ring, hoping that my inbox will ping, basically, for someone to give me work.
Let me imagine, for a second, that I'm the best the world at what I do. Let us not worry about the subjectivity of the fact, just the fact itself. The best.
What follows is a follow-up to an article posted on on Pro Tools Expert. After reading 'Working For Yourself - 5 Things Everyone Should Be Told' it struck me that there were a couple of remarks worth adding.
Whether changing a job or adding another one (or two), recruitment agencies and job search sites have always promoted the theory that January is a popular time to look for a new job. If that's true, then along with all the usual sprucing up your CV and showing your best side on social media stuff, a few words on pay seems pretty apt, too.