Tuesday, June 29, 2010


I’m glad you’re still curious about Curiosity! One of the job requirements here is to be curious. So, if you’re still reading, and you’re thinking about applying, just give me a heads up and I’ll vouch for you. (Generally they come to interns for advice on all important business decisions.)

I just finished reading Warren’s post from yesterday. I think he’s right, doing something you love is crucial. But what about doing it with the people you love? I think that’s really important too. And it seems like the Curiosity team has that going for them.

Maybe they wouldn’t quite call it ‘love’, but I have been surprised at the many good relationships around the office. People here are, for the most part, genuinely happy to see each other. This lends itself to good communication, good teamwork, and good results.

And, in the interest of full disclosure: Warren may like coming to work, I’m not doubting that, but his utter excitement might have something to do with the fact that he lives in an apartment with no air conditioning. If you know anything about the hot, sticky summers in Cincinnati, I’m sure you understand why he would look forward to arriving at our office, which is kept unusually cool.

Advice from Ariel
Don’t sweat the petty things, and don’t pet the sweaty things.


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