Goodness, my personal introduction at networking events is weak! Like weak-weak. Weak ass weak. I tell you what, the timid utterance of “um, I’m a designer” bores me to tears every time I hear myself utter it. That’s typically the reason I go running off, away from large crowds, crying as I go. I bore, uninspire, and leave a person with no reason whatsoever to want to continue to learn about what it is that I do. No wonder I still have all my business cards from 2010. Who wants the contact info from the boring, weepy guy running out the door. Such a drag. Well I'm going to work on that.
My introduction from now on is going to magnificent. Extravagant. Impressive. Striking. I know, I know. I’ve said this before. But this time is going to be different. I’m really going to do it. The next time you spot me in the crowd, looking eager and fidgety, what appears to be the precursor to yet another cry baby runway show, I’m going to surprise everyone with an introduction so grand, it will shake the foundation of all commonly held etiquette at such gatherings. For the text time you see me in such a networking setting and ask who I am and what I do, I'm going to meet the challenge head on with a profound, “Hi, I’m Justin and I de