This week, I had an interview that could potentially have changed the course of my career. I walked out of it before it started and I felt great about it.
What I was hoping for that day was a chance to show someone what I could do. I read the paperwork I got then and realized they were probably just going to sell me stuff. I knew that I wasn't going to sign with them that day, which made the decision to walk out a lot easier.
The only thing I regret is wasting all that gas to drive there. I know myself and I know the industry enough to know that I have choices when it comes to my career. Even with the credits I have, I know that I have the right to actually think about an offer before I take it. And I moved on from this experience right away.
I couldn't have done what I did without the support of the people in my life. Especially my family. Both of my parents were wary about this. Because of that, I could be wary too. So when I got home, I hugged both of them and thanked them. Because I wouldn't have been able to walk out of an interview if they didn't love me.
Until next time I post.