Yesterday we interviewed #3 for my post, okay she want more money than #2, but in my opinion #2 is out of sight after I heard how she treats people and her chronic addiction of coming late and leaving early. First of all, in this function you represent the Guild, so if you’ve organised an event you’ll be there first and also be the last to leave, or did I think it should be done that way… [former retailers mentality?].
Everyone new on a post will get support from their predecessor, so you don’t have to invent a wheel over and over again.
Things to do this week:
- Finish the invoices
- Get a haircut
- Write the vendors and sending them a map [already a week overdue]
- Visiting my specialists at the hospital
- Write the notes of that extended meeting of September 8
- Get out when the sun shines, bring a book
- Send confirmations to members who’ll leave the Guild at December 31, 2008
- Divide the members in segments
- Prepare for handing over everything that has to do with the Guild and this function
- Take enough rest, take a rest from a rest…
- Wake-up at 5am on Saturday…
- scooter and me go by bus to the National Event at 6am…
- arrive on site at 7am…
- hope everyone will be on time at 7.30am…
- prepare my desk at 8am, here I’ll welcome our guests and members…
- prepare the podium and desks where the board of the Guild will sit during our yearly meeting, it will be my last time that I’ll take a seat there.
- hook up the computer
- the ‘show’ starts at 8.30 am when people start arriving
- Thank the Goddess, a team will assist me during the day, they will man the main desk when I’m in the meeting or visit the vendors.
- I’m very happy when all turns out right and I can go home at 10pm [after dinner]
- only 100 Km to drive before I fall exhausted in my bed
- Do nothing on sunday