Today is my first class of the fall semester and I am very excited. Fall is usually the most exciting time on any campus; it’s the beginning of a new school year and football season (although I hear our team is a little on the wack side). I joined our graduate real estate club and became an officer; our first meeting was yesterday evening and we had a pretty good turn out. I am so anxious about all of the good things happening in my life. I believe being affiliated with this organization will propel me professionally; the network and resources I am building are priceless.
My love life couldn’t be better. I saw My Guy Monday and Tuesday evening. Its funny how having a man (or mate for that matter) in your life can give you a new outlook on your life. Words can’t begin to describe the joy this man brings to me. I finally feel like everything is finally playing out in my favor.
The job situation is mixed, I’ve spent the past few weeks talking to the key players within our company; just letting them know more about me and how I am an asset to their team. Now the immediate boss is another issue. It puzzles me how many mediocre managers there are in the workforce. What is upper management considering when hiring/promoting certain people in management level positions? It’s obviously not an issue of relevant experience or education. However, in this case they acquired her when they bought the building so its not she was personally drafted. But again, I’m not worried I am strategically aligning my contacts to make thing work out in my favor.