Write the first sentence of a feature profile of you in a business magazine.
Good grief, as Charlie Brown would say. I think I’ve picked up and perused Business Week maybe twice in my adult life. I find business related articles, as one of my British friends would say, as dry as Gandhi’s flip-flop. I understand accounting ( I actually wrote code to produce accounting reports at my last job) and as a Political Science major, I sat through my fill of economics classes. But reading about business is not my idea of an enjoyable enterprise.
(When I was in college, the MBA was the sought after degree. I always imagined the students in the program running about with the “Money Song” from Monty Python on constant repeat in their heads)
So here’s my pathetic attempt to start off a feature profile.
“Decades of experience teaches you one thing about the IT business, each day brings a new challenge, and TW is always up for what that challenge will create.”
Yuck. That has to be the most insincere sounding sentence I’ve written all week.