I’ll definitely be taking advantage of these awesome tips!
Originally posted on Patrick Love's Life:
We are in job search season and many people will be receiving offers for jobs. Then what? Then you negotiate. Here are 23 tips to consider as you anticipate receiving such an offer. I welcome your counteroffer (i.e., feedback, critique, questions, and additional tips).
Thanks to Laurie Berry, Julie Payne-Kirchmeier, Brandi Hephner LaBanc, and many other people who shared their experience and expertise with me.
This is a mostly video game filled geek out as I took some time in the past week to finish playing through these fine stories, some additional to the main narrative of already amazing games. Read on to discover my thoughts and praises!
- The Last of Us: Left Behind
I had heard some amazing reviews of this downloadable content after it came out so I knew I needed to jump on it to play as soon as I could. While there wasn’t a whole lot to engage in as a player, the cut-scenes that I was guided through in the episode were fantastic and more than engaging enough to keep me hooked. I won’t spoil anything for it but just know, if you loved the main game, you’ll love this content. If you haven’t played The Last of Us, after you’re done reading this post, go out and play the game right now!
- Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea – Episode I
So I’ve been a visitor to the fine city of Rapture from the Bioshock series a few times now, but this was a very unique and fun adventure. This content takes place during the peak of Rapture’s existence, rather than the unfortunate aftermath so it was cool to see the vision of Andrew Ryan realized. No spoilers here either but it is a fine addition to the compelling narrative strewn across the Bioshock universe!
This may come as a longshot to some folks but I do love this show. It is some awesome smartly stupid comedy and the show’s fourth season has been going strong so far. I just caught up on this season to date and I enjoyed every minute of it. Check it out if you can, you’ll have a good time for sure.
Thanks for stopping by! Have an awesome weekend!
So I just blew through this book recently and enjoyed it’s perspective not only on introversion but on it’s impact on student affairs work. As I get ready to emerge into the field, I look forward to utilizing this text and recommending it to others to more fully understand how I work and operate on a daily basis. It’s a quick, fun, easy read for a lazy weekend coming up so check it out and support the author, Amma Marfo, (who is a fellow student affairs professional no less!).
I’ll keep some book recommendations coming as I begin to read a lot more frequently on my train rides and while waiting for flights and things.