A Wanted Man

Posted: January 28, 2015 in writing life
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I really don’t think it does, Lord K. Love the moustache though.

Another minor writing first this week – I got approached by a recruiter. While I wasn’t interested in what he was offering, it was nice to know that my skills are in demand. Come to think of it, a couple of clients have come back to me with new work in the last few weeks, making this the most demanded I’ve ever been. Brilliant!

I don’t want the job back in an office cranking out technical writing for a company. But it’s nice to know that it’s an option if I ever get sick of free-lancing (doesn’t seem likely right now, given the fun work and control over my lifestyle). And it’s a timely reminder that I should be making an effort to use social networks, as that’s where so many of these opportunities come from.

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Comments
  1. Steve Hartline says:

    I too don’t miss the cubicle farm. The work by and large hasn’t changed, but the politics normally associated with the type of work I do is a thing of the past.

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