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What It's Like To Be

What It's Like To Be

From postal worker to film producer, what is it like to do what you do?

  • Kat Elaine
    Published 2 months ago
    Testing My Patience

    Testing My Patience

    It all started with a Facebook post. At least, for me, it did. Out-dated and falsified articles are majority of what gets passed around on social media. So when I came across one mentioning a possible unknown virus coming from Asia, I just kept scrolling. I mean, I’m a lab tech. If there is an outbreak of anything, we will be right in the middle of it. I knew that if it was real, my peers and I would be the first to know seeming as how we would be the ones testing for this so called “coronavirus”.
  • Rachael Arsenault
    Published 2 months ago
    Plotter, Pantser, Plantser: What Are They, and How Do You Know Which Type You Are?

    Plotter, Pantser, Plantser: What Are They, and How Do You Know Which Type You Are?

    You may have seen terms like “plotter” and “pantser” tossed around in writing communities and – if you’re not a writer or you’re new to those communities – you might be confused about what, exactly, they mean.
  • Mike Bojack
    Published 2 months ago
    Story of Stuntsman to Safety and Built a Business on What He Learned

    Story of Stuntsman to Safety and Built a Business on What He Learned

    So, back in 2006, I'm doing about 70 mph on my motorcycle -- while popping a wheelie, with my feet stuck out over the windshield -- when I make a mistake. Bam. One second, I’m doing a stunt for a movie on a Maryland interstate, making money for doing insanely entertaining tricks on one of my two wheels. The next second, I’m roadkill -- still breathing (fortunately) but splattered and sprawled on the highway, with no way to call for help.
  • BE XSLAVE
    Published 2 months ago
    UBER CHRONICLES

    UBER CHRONICLES

    UBER CHRONICLES VOL. 1 For those of you that enjoy hearing uber stories or maybe considering becoming an Uber driver. I thought I would share my most memorable rides. After 10,000 rides in 3 years. These stories can give you a pretty good idea of what the job entails. My first 2 years in North Carolina picking up Residents, Tourist, College students, and Vacationers. You may find that some are complicated, funny, interesting, and enjoyable. If you have Great Customer Service, stay prepared for the obvious, and know your area well. These skills will make you more successful. As well, as make the job less complicated. Also be ready to answer the normal questions you usually get during the small talk sessions. When riders first get in the vehicle like: How long have you been a driver?, Do you like being an Uber driver?, What made you strart driving?, What are the requirements and Are you a local or a transplant? If the ride last long enough they are likely to ask you to tell them a funny story. Take note that we can rate them like they can rate us. If you rate them 2 stars or less, you will never get a ride from them ever. If you rate them 3 stars or more, it’s likely you will get them again.
  • Martin Bagel-Brown
    Published 2 months ago
    Juggling Life and Career In Public Relations

    Juggling Life and Career In Public Relations

    At its basic level, public relations is about planned communication processes, in order to build positive relationships between the public, stakeholders, and your organization. A career in this industry can be rewarding and even exciting and glamorous at times, but not every day will be filled with VIP parties, celebrities, and fun events.
  • Santosh Kumar
    Published 2 months ago
    Lawyer of Koda Associates -Dhananjay Choudhary Biography Details

    Lawyer of Koda Associates -Dhananjay Choudhary Biography Details

    Being a lawyer needs a strong sense of justice. One must never pursue this position unless they are serious about the effects of the role that they will have to play in people’s lives. Dhananjay Choudhary is one of those people who are very concerned about their career and he was very much interested in choosing law as a career option. Different firms have different methods to deal with money laundering cases. However, the major causes of Koda Associates are dealt with by Dhananjay Choudhary which are related to the money laundering sector. It is not easy to get to know him as a person, so this page will offer a lot of information which will allow you to form an idea about him before you avail of his services. From physical description to his overall demeanor, we will provide everything about Dhananjay in this article.
  • VernaLee James
    Published 2 months ago
    Checked Out while Clocked In

    Checked Out while Clocked In

    With full confidence, no one that I work with fully knows me like they think they do. Walking into my job on day one I knew that it was up to me to set the tone. I am conditioned to think that no matter what I have to represent my entire race in every action or word I utter.
  • Sumit Banerjee
    Published 2 months ago
    Answering the 3 Whats of Risk Management

    Answering the 3 Whats of Risk Management

    If you are a part of an organization or even were a part of one in the past, you possibly have come across the term called Risk Management. And I am sure someday or the other you found yourself scratching your head trying to get around this term. Some of the questions which you might have asked yourself may be the below questions,
  • Ayesha Arshad
    Published 2 months ago
    The Struggles of an Author

    The Struggles of an Author

    "Aren't the non-writing folks muggles to our fascinating world of Words?" "Let’s welcome Matt Anvil, the best selling author of the horror genre," Jimmy Kimmel shouted.