What’s the problem?
I have eight years of marketing experience. I have my MBA from a Big Ten University. I’m friendly and outgoing and have a strong work ethic.
My self-esteem isn’t hurting, either.
Finding a job shouldn’t be hard. But it is. I’ve had one interview in the past month (well – three with one company). And I never heard back from them.
So, what’s the problem?
I’m sure they Googled me. Everybody Googles everybody. I’ve probably Googled you.
So, is my blog the problem?
I wouldn’t hesitate to talk about anything I’ve ever blogged about. I’ve made lots of friends and traveled all over the country because of my blog. My mom reads my bog and doesn’t seem too offended – except when I say balls. She doesn’t like when I say balls. And I don’t blog about anything particularly controversial – except maybe that one post about the Duggars. People really got whipped up over that one.
The biggest blogging compliment I ever received was that I act and talk exactly like I blog. If you don’t like my blog, you probably won’t like me.
So, why is this eating at me?
Oh, that’s right – because I need a paycheck.
Potential employers – please see my Linkedin profile.Posted on February 14, 2010 in This and That