Credit: Keith Wondra
So I’m leaving NVI. I’ve been there about 2 years and have had a really good time, but it’s time to move on.

No shit, the company has been great to me. The culture there is really down-to-earth and void of a lot of the bullshit office politics you find in so many place. My job has also let me travel to a bunch of places I’ve never been, and the company has given me more flexibility than I thought was possible with a 9-5. It’s been a lot of fun, and I’m sure I’m going to miss it.

So why am I leaving?

Simply put, it’s time for something new. There are things I want to do that I haven’t done yet, and I’m not getting any younger, so I mind as well get cracking.

So what’s the plan?

Well, I’m not sure yet. I mean, yeah, I’ll be working on some things that I’ve been chiseling away at for a while, and hopefully finish them in time for my 31st birthday — I think that would be a nice birthday present to myself.

But career-wise, I don’t know what my next move is going to be. Maybe I’ll freelance, maybe I’ll get an offer I can’t refuse, or maybe I’ll change professions altogether.

In any case, it should be interesting…

6 thoughts on “Moving On

  1. NVI was an awesome place to work, I agree. I still hang out with most of the people I met there.

    Good luck in your future endeavors; I’m sure you’ll be just fine ;)

  2. You will certainly be missed at NVI. I have no doubt that great things are awaiting for you. Just keep us posted, ok?

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