I’ve always thought that being an entrepreneur was about having a sense of self, not about being a human.
In other words, I thought, if you want to be successful, you have to be smart and not afraid to ask for help.
Then, one day, I had an email from an HR department in my hometown.
The email was about a recruiter who wanted to hire me for a job at their company.
I thought the recruiter must be joking.
I didn’t really understand what was going on.
But after reading the email, I was hooked.
I knew exactly what was coming.
The recruiter was not only smart, but also very sincere.
She had already done her homework.
She knew my background, my experience, my goals and priorities, and I wanted to work with her.
She offered me a job, and she promised that she would do everything in her power to help me succeed.
I was happy.
It felt good to be a part of the team, but it also felt good that I had the opportunity to meet some of the brightest minds in HR, as well as learn from the best in the business.
When I got to the office, I sat down in front of a computer and started typing.
I wanted this job.
But I was nervous.
I had never even applied for a position before, let alone a high-paying one.
My expectations for the position were unrealistic.
I expected to be working from home and have my own office.
I also expected to spend my days trying to work on a deadline, to meet deadlines, and to never have to answer the phone.
I could tell the recruitter was right.
The job search was tough.
The only people who could get the job I wanted were people with a high level of experience.
But, my friends were also struggling to find work, and my friends could barely find work.
I worried that I was being hired at my own peril, and, therefore, was trying to get ahead of myself.
But what if I wasn’t good enough?
What if I was hired at the wrong time?
I was not a good candidate.
My resume did not match the qualifications I needed for the job.
And the only reason I got hired was because the recruite had a problem with me.
The recruit asked me for my email address.
I told her that I didn.
She was furious.
She said she would contact the HR department and try to get me fired.
She then sent me an email saying that if I didn�t delete my email, she would email me to make sure I would delete my account.
I emailed back that I would not delete my address.
She sent another email saying, I want to make this clear.
You are not going to get any emails from me.
If you are not careful, I will make it clear that you have been deleted from the system.
I don�t have an email account.
But that didn� t stop her from making the whole situation worse.
I kept deleting emails.
Then I emailed the recruitor again and again, telling her I would never be able to find a job again if I kept my word.
She kept deleting the emails.
I deleted every email.
When the recruizer finally got through with me, she told me that the HR manager had contacted the company and offered me the job, even though she knew I had already submitted my application for the interview.
She also promised to delete my application from the company’s database.
The last thing I wanted was to lose my job.
I asked the recruister why she thought I was going to delete the application and why she had not been more helpful.
She told me, I have never had any contact with the HR team in my life, and that is because the company does not care about me.
She claimed that the only people she had ever spoken to about my qualifications were people who had worked for other companies.
That was not true.
She promised to call me to ask questions about my credentials and my experience.
She even said that I could ask her about my previous job at the company.
But when I finally got the call, I couldn�t believe what I was hearing.
I called my friends.
I wrote an email to the recruiler.
But the recruited did not respond.
It took me a few days to realize that she had actually been lying. She wasn�t talking to the HR company or anyone else, but to me.
When my friends found out, they were furious.
I started to believe that she was being disingenuous.
I contacted the HR office and demanded that the recruider remove my application and apologize.
When she refused, I started searching for someone who could take my place.
I even emailed the company�s CEO.
I sent a few emails to my friends, asking them to get in touch with me if I could be of help.
I have not received any response.
It was then that I