Chapter 1, Page 3

Going in for an interview has got to be the most dreaded thing ever.

As usual, feeling a maelstrom of emotions — excited, nervous, and anxious for a position that I could potentially rock and(!) grow in… but also trepidation, for leaving my current position only 5 months in, with unfinished business and unfinished plans.

But one must take the opportunity or else never know!

I spent all of last night rehashing the question: “Why are you the best candidate for this position?” oy.

In lieu of indescribable emotions — is this legit?


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