I was nervous.
I didn’t know what questions would be asked.
I looked at 100’s of interview questions trying to be prepared.
I looked in my closet wondering what I could possibly wear.
The schools were closed and the roads were slick.
I didn’t know if I would be able to get there.
Who cancels first? I really didn’t know.
My child was sick.
I called the doctor.
Was her mouth swollen from the strep or an allergic reaction to the Amoxicillan?
I was put on hold.
The minutes tick away…
Would I make it there on time?
Could I even go??
Eight inches of snow fell overnight. It was starting to rain.
Would I go in the ditch on the way?
Would the sidewalks be shoveled or could someone in dress shoes (who was training for a half iron) possibly twist an ankle and fall down?
Break a leg!
I was frantic, but made it to the interview with a few minutes to spare.
This was my first time as an interviewer..
I think I found the candidate I like.
It is hard to turn the other applicants down.
Owning a business is so much more than just doing what you are good at.