I’m sorry I’ve been behind on blogging. A little thing called life has been happening a bit more crazier than usual lately. I use to watch Spongebob everyday when growing up and it’s always fun to incorporate him when I can. A very important lesson has been taught to me this past week: you can’t run forever.
In high school I waited until the last minute to do projects, study for tests, and pretty much anything else that could wait. Graduating with a 4.3/4.5, it would only make sense that this method would work in college…right? Now I’ve been at South for almost four years and I still manage to have a high GPA and work efficiently. I soon realized, actually it hit me right in the face, that the corporate world has no patience for procrastination.
I got behind on our social media content which affected a very important announcement of a new exhibit we have and there was no one to blame but myself. Thankfully I’m only an intern, and that’s what intern life is about; learning from mistakes. The take-away this week is to never think that because a certain methodology worked for you in high school, in college, in past jobs, etc., will work for you in the present time. Especially when it comes to the world of public relations, time waits for no one.