A few months after she was hired as an Uber engineer, I started receiving calls from companies wanting to hire me as a VP of digital strategy.
I hadn’t worked on a tech company in a while, but I knew a lot of the people there.
I wanted to make a real difference, I wanted them to see the good they were doing, and I wanted a good team to build on that.
I also didn’t want to just go out and start building a product.
That was something that I knew wasn’t going to work out, so I decided to go with something else, something different.
I took a long, hard look at the candidates, but it was clear to me that none of them were up to the challenge of working with a team of engineers to build something that they wanted to build.
They weren’t ready.
So I took the job.
That’s what I did.
And I was wrong.
The job was never really in my sights, not after my time at Uber.
But I felt that, by not being an engineer, and working with people who were, I was missing out on a great opportunity.
I think that’s a big part of why Uber hired me: I wanted something different, something that would be different, not something that was built.
I got that opportunity.
I think it’s important to look at your own life, but also at the way the world is.
For example, there’s a lot going on in this country, and there’s also a lot that’s happening in tech.
So it’s easy to focus on the things that are important to you.
But, I think, for me, when I look back on my life, the things I love the most are the things around me that I’ve been able to build and grow, things that I can see myself doing in the future.
The things that have been really important to me, the ones that have helped me make the most of what I’ve got, that’s the things.
I love them and I try to keep them.