Let me start by apologising for my recent absenteeism. I’ve been navigating through some [more] major life changes, but rest assured my personal journal (the one I don’t broadcast on the Internet) is bursting at the seams.
At any rate, I’m here now and, as usual, I’ve got something to say.
For years, I’ve been fascinated by positive psychology. Those who know me might think this a bit odd, and for good reason: up until recently, I proudly sported a Pessimist badge on my sleeve. What business does someone who sees the glass as half empty have poking her nose around something so gosh darn positive?!
And here we are, thirty-one days later. We made it!
Originally, I thought I’d use this final post to summarize the process, chronicle the changes, and celebrate the successes.
Now that I’m here, though, I think I’m going to save all that for a later date; let it marinate and see what surfaces after a mini-vacation.
Rather than reflect, today I’m going to recap, because together we have covered a lot of ground.
At the end of yesterday’s post, I promised to share some “insider intel” on how to deliver a seamless interview from start to finish…
…because you never know when you might find yourself on the other end of the mic.