I've never been the type to be afraid to do what I want. So, I'm very surprised that yesterday I didn't ask for the only position I'm interested in doing at my job. That's to be a visual merchandiser. I'm taking visual merchandising classes now and I realized I actually like the crap. It's the closest thing I can get to styling right now. And it definitely beats being a sales associate a.k.a a maid/servant to rude people.
So, why didn't I ask about the position when I had the perfect opportunity? Where did this foreign feeling come from? I mean, the worse thing that could happen is getting rejected. But that's just it! I was all of sudden terrified of being told no, you don't qualify. We need someone with more experience. That's why I was afraid. I have absolutely nothing to bring to the table. I'm totally unprepared. But there's nothing wrong with finding out exactly what it is I need to do to be considered.
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