No, I’m not talking about a chapter in the book Fifty Shades of Grey. I am talking about my career!
I turned the page to the next chapter of my career a couple of months ago and now I am finally about to dive in. This last chapter was fun, accomplishing, hectic, hard at times and it was very rewarding. It’s kinda of bittersweet to see how it has all played out. I have definitely put in my time. I feel like I have carried the torch, earned the trophy, and now I’m passing the torch and leaving the trophy for the next person.
This next chapter of my career is going to be nothing short of a challenge, a devotion, and another opportunity to prove that you can accomplish anything that you set your mind to. I’m focussed and ready to conquer!
Bring it on!
I deal with a lot of packages at work, some big and some rather small. We probably have over 100 packages that come into our office weekly which leads to some interesting conversations that we have caught ourselves in.
Resident, “I have a package.”
Us, “Oh, you do? Let me grab that for you!”
Resident, “I need to pick up my package.”
Us, “Is it a big or small package?
Us, “Okay. Let me go grab it.”
Us, “Hi, hold on just one second while I go grab his package.”
Please tell me they aren’t thinking what we are thinking! This has become a huge inside joke in my office and it is hard to steer away from the terminology package.
It is kind of like the word ball caulk, some sort of toilet part. You can’t use this word without being slightly inappropriate.
Do any of you other multifamily professionals have words that are easily used out of context in your office? I’m hoping it isn’t just us!