For every question we ask, we give you the right answer! Every question we ask is a test of your knowledge and understanding. Our goal is to make sure you have all the knowledge you need to be successful when you meet with us.
If we had not asked our questions earlier, we wouldn’t be there. We’re a team. We like to work well together and we have a good sense of what we do and what we do not know.
We also like to work at getting you some questions you might not know the answers to. Our job is to gather information from each new person that joins our team. We want to know what that person wants to be when they grow up. We want them to know what we are trying to accomplish and how we will accomplish it. If you have any questions, we want to know about them.
If you are not happy with the way we handle your questions in our interview process, there is a simple way to stop that. If your questions are not being answered, then tell it to us. We are the ones that will be answering them.
To be clear, we do not need you to be nice. We do not need you to be nice. We are simply trying to help you because we care about you and want to help you grow. We want to help you.
I had the opportunity to ask some of you questions in our interview process a few years back when it seemed as if we were the only ones doing this. As you can tell, we’re all very eager to learn more about what makes you tick so we can hopefully pass on the knowledge to you. If you have any questions about how we handle your questions, send them to us and we will answer them.
First, we ask because you’ll find that we’ll answer questions if we feel it is necessary, and not because we are trying to be helpful. We simply want you to have an honest conversation with us as you would with any other member of the community or even a stranger in a bar.
Okay, so we would like to give you at least one question that is probably the most important question you will ever ask about us, so please, do that.
We have a few in mind. We do ask as many as we can reasonably ask, but if we don’t, we generally only ask questions that are absolutely necessary in order to solve a problem.
One question we are particularly interested in hearing about is the question of “what happened to the main character?” We think it’s important to discuss that as well, but that’s not the only reason. We think it’s important to discuss how the story ends, so please do that too.