Exhausted undefined person

I’ve had an exhausting week at work. There’s an exciting project that I’m trying to sell internally. If I’m successful with my internal folks, half the battle will be won. I love to be busy on challenging innovative tasks so I’m not complaining. However, my body is tired. After catching two 6.30am flights to London this week, my eyes can hardly stay open.

It’s great that tomorrow is Friday. I’ll just chill out, probably leave work early (shhh!), watch the rest of my Brothers & Sisters DVDs and sleep. Just as I’m settling into the weekend ahead, I’ve opened my email and found probably the worst ever email marketing blunder.

“Hi undefined,
We thought you might be interested in the offer of a complimentary….”

Ouch! It’s a good thing that I’ve had a relatively successful week, otherwise I meant take being called “undefined” rather personally. Needless to say, I’m not interested in the complimentary offer… I’ll lie down now.

Have a great weekend :)!


  1. Let’s face it, there are worse things we could be called šŸ™‚


  2. I’m always trying to sell exciting projects internally, but the voices in my head don’t always listen. šŸ˜‰

    I rather like the idea of being undefined.


  3. victoria says:

    Yes been sucessful wth your internl folks, that the catch and everything will fall into place. kill the voice in the head and stay focused. if you can think it, you can do it.


  4. Hopefully- internal folks are often the hardest nuts to crack. šŸ™‚


  5. I, for one, do not consider undefined. Your blog clearly defines and distinguishes you.


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