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Bored, tired and stuff.

Lost any motivation to do my assignments. Have Adam's computer here so I can throw maybe NT4 on it or something, as 98se isn't behaving on it.

I found a really good job to apply for; I'm sure I could get it if I really tried. Its full time though, and this one I'm at currently is only two days a week. Also the other one is in Brisbane, which means a move to Brisbane and changing down a gear of my focus on uni (not that there is much at the moment anyway). Crossroads ahead, and soon.

Should I apply for the job ?? Mmmph. Decisions, decisions.


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Aug. 29th, 2000 12:28 pm (UTC)
It's important that you focus on school if you're going to go. Not only is doing poorly in classes a waste of your time now, but your grades will haunt you for the rest of your life.

If you don't want to continue with school, stop until you do. Eventually, everyone tires of tech support (or the equivalent).
Aug. 29th, 2000 10:41 pm (UTC)
Re: school
Well, its not school, its uni (college, whatever), but I guess the principles are the same.

Deferring it until a later time is one option available to me; and simply concentrating on doing the best with what I have until I feel like finishing the degree later.

I just don't want to become one of those people who put off finishing it forever.

I also don't have much faith in how far this particular degree is going to get me. Sure, it'll get me the extra mile in job interviews and such, but what about certification? I've heard you can get much better jobs with a CCNA/MCSE (as abhorrent as it might sound)/Linux Certification (RedHat?).

Still, you make sense (funny that). The truth is, I am wasting my time procrastinating about uni. I'd much rather get a full-time job I think.

Hrmm. Things to think about.
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