Apart from the few moments during my early careers, I am left with get-it done attitude. It probably a matter of the commercial world of appreciation of those who can get things done. "I want to see this tomorrow. Get it done." That is the only instruction I get. And it all begins, trying multiple ways to get it done. More questions? Are you even supposed to be here? And another epic one: "How could you not know how to do it?"
Of course, when we speak of getting it done with cost structure, most cost structure are deemed too expensive. So, I am left with get-it done at a lower cost and more efficient way.
The do-it and get-it done are the best skills ever you could learn from a smaller company. And then, comes the job aspect part. For whatever reason, your job is always changing- a moment of yes and the next moment, no. Yes-No-Yes-No, is it going to move on? You have no authority and you are left hanging... Do it or not? -Figure out yourself.
And I am still left with figure-it-out myself.
Felicia Loo is a food science graduate from UBC. With an interest in food marketing, she explores how food products are created, marketed, and distributed toward an end users. Blogging about food became a must when she encounters interesting ideas about food products. She seeks for ideas and opportunities to work together.