Friday, January 9, 2009
It is a rare day that someone can say "today, I have stood at the threshold of the rest of my life." But during the job process, there are days (or early mornings, or late nights) when one can actually pause a moment and think those thoughts. The feeling is quite strange. You could very well be sitting next to the person who could be your best friend and colleague for the remainder of your life. There is this possibility that you have walked by your own office. It is not altogether unlikely that your town tour has taken you by your future home. And while these thoughts might be exciting -- while these possibilities may be absolutely thrilling in a way nothing ever has been before -- in the job process, it is equally likely that everything you have seen could be offered to someone else. What a strange, wonderful, hopeful, anxiety-ridden experience this is.
Posted by Paro at 1:59 PM