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    I am really surprised you would do as you suggested. You don't seem like the type that likes the feeling of your own thumb you know where. Granted, procedures should be followed but sitting and waiting, not for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobDraw View Post
    You don't seem like the type that likes the feeling of your own thumb you know where.
    I don't seem like the "type"? This is true... I'm not a fan of inefficiencies. I'm definitely the "type" of person who loves promoting new technologies, new skills, new everything.... while never scared to challenge a current method or procedure. However, as a person and as a professional in my career I have learned certain boundaries that are very real with every situation and circumstance. So I will put my own passions aside for the time being and get a feel for a company and when the time is right I'll make my move.

    If I make a move too prematurely then I've not put the company first but myself first. Because it's what "I" want. But what if what "I" want isn't what the "company" wants? How would I know unless I understand their methods and procedures first? If I wait until the time is right, or if my approach is done correctly if it's a "must" within the first week of employment, then I've put the company first which is always the best way about doing things.
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