Some people say I’m a workaholic…
As most of you know, I started a new job a few weeks ago with 10up. It’s an amazing job so far, and I’m thrilled to work with several developers I admire and am lucky enough to call friends.
But deciding to take this new job was a difficult decision for me – because I really enjoyed my previous job. Some of my co-workers were, understandably, upset when I left. Some of my friends a bit confused. So I wanted to lay out for you the four biggest reasons I decided to leave a very good job with HawkSoft to take an equally fantastic opportunity with 10up.
When I interviewed for my current job, my boss was very clear that the company culture was one of “working to live” rather than “living to work.” On the surface that made sense and, consequently, was exactly the type of work culture I was looking for. But for all the wrong reasons. Some of my […]
On Monday I talked about last weekend’s bridge project from the context of communications within the workplace. But that illustration is so rich I just can’t leave it alone. Working on any project with multiple people and personalities will almost always lead to a self-lesson on work ethic. Last weekend was no different. We had […]