He felt that when he was with the “hot girl,” he was on his best behavior since he didn’t want to screw anything up.“But in the back of my mind,” he said, “I knew that if I did something stupid, she was going to move to the next person because that’s just how she rolls.” But he wasn’t the hot girl type.
Here are some tips to figure out whether you and the company have a bright future together.Get to know the company Look on their website, Google them, and pay close attention to your surroundings if you interview at the office. It’s also a good idea to find out the company’s year-end revenue.It’s necessary to talk to half a dozen people to see how you feel about the company.It may seem like a lot of work, but when you’re dating a company that’s large, six people is barely enough to get a true sense of the firm’s personality—or what type of girl they are.We study 100-year-old magazines to see when certain new innovations were first reviewed (it helps us date bicycles with similar features), read correspondence of the time to try to understand contemporary views and opinions, research old catalogues, meet fellow enthusiasts, help each other with restorations, ride our old bikes as much as possible, and work with our elders to pick up tips and wisdom.
If you can help in any way by contributing to this research, please get in touch. By recording and sharing this knowledge while it’s still as fresh as possible, our fabulous vintage hobbies will continue for centuries to come.This other company, Company Y, “was the girl I could totally see myself with and who would laugh at my dumb jokes.I knew we’d have a very comfortable relationship,” said my source.Did all of your questions get answered during your interview?Think about the impression you got from your interviewer and all the people you met.And Company Y was the internship he eventually chose.