so i actually haven’t ever really counted, but i think i have seen this view below at least 762 times in the last four and a half years.
you’ve seen it too, haven’t you?
do you think it’s odd that i took a picture of it? well, i also took a picture of our parking garage at agency 720 because i don’t want to ever forget. these stairs are so routine, as is much of our daily life. right? that is until something disrupts our routine.
as soon as i know my routine is going to be disrupted, because sometimes you know and sometimes you don’t, right? i start to take snaps so i don’t ever forget. when i look at these stairs i remember all the great supportive people at agency 720 that brought social media to their clients.
i remember all the dealer meetings – the THOUSANDS of dealer meetings i had with chevy and the excitement i had for teaching new avenues of marketing with social media. the best part of my job was working with car dealers. i loved being a resource to them. they are entrepreneurs, no bullshit, smart people. dealer meetings from new york to dallas to cleveland to minneapolis – all over!
no, i take that back.
the best part of my job was all the wonderful people i worked with at the agency. it started at the top and flowed all the way down. i loved shooting vine videos with harold and dani doing the michael jackson slide throughout the agency before a long weekend, i loved going on new business pitches and staying up late going through it again and again. i loved my friday status meetings with my boss. I liked my routine. but i believe it’s important to keep growing and moving forward – so my routine must be broken!
oh, i could go on.
but i won’t bore you with my long, drawn out goodbye (too late) but i do hope we stay in touch. i can’t wait to continue to build + create + learn.
this dog is going to learn new tricks.
did i just call myself a dog? i leave you with some of the crazy photos I’ve taken through the years.