Thursday, April 9, 2009
I think Facebook is a great way to maintain relationships and create new ones. People get to see your work updates (which you should post) and personal updates (that you should post with care). Put pictures up of your family, hobbies, and pets, so people who have commonalities will relate to you. Post your reel and clips from your work.
Be aware of the "first 3-month addiction," that you will undoubtably get sucked into when friends from the old neighborhood, K-12, college, camp, old jobs, frat/sorority, etc., find you and want to catch up.
Have fun and post strategically.
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I think I'm going to stick with yesterday's answer... TRIP.
Perhaps tomorrow's question should address long hours. 18 hour day today. Back on track tomorrow. Thanks for hanging in!
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