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Subject:Re: Knocking 'em dead at a new job From:Jo Francis Byrd <jbyrd -at- byrdwrites -dot- com> To:Don Sargent <don -dot- sargent -at- template -dot- com> Date:Wed, 23 Feb 2000 11:34:37 -0600
If you can think of something that's really quick, really easy, and looks super
cool and complicated, that always makes a killer impression. It doesn't even
have to be important, just LOOK cool, impressive, and difficult.
Don Sargent wrote:
> I'll soon be starting a new job. I'm so excited about this opportunity that my
> inner uberwriter keeps me awake at night thinking of all the good things he's
> going to do. So, as usual, when I want to do something
> really well, I seek advice from this group.
> Aside from doing what they ask really fast and really well, name five things
> you do to make a great first impression. If additional info helps, my new
> company is a maturing startup and I'll be founding a new
> Don Sargent dsargent -at- level8 -dot- com
> Level 8 Systems
> Dulles, Virginia