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Thank you, each of you have replied! Great information, really appreciate you taking the time to share. I have taken note of the many good ideas, and am busting my rear to be prepared in every way. The opportunity is a great one to take a fairly sizable leap in my career (hotel management with a large multinational company) and I'm excited about the chance to interview at the property. I didn't mention previously that I interviewed over the phone and it went well, thus...
Next week I'm flying to LA to interview for a move up with my current employer. What are your top 3 interview tips that have worked for you or you've seen in people you've interviewed? I'll be interviewing with at least 4 different people, my first time to go through that format.
Drinking a cup of Stumptown coffee, local roasters.
Drinking a local Widmer Hefeweizen at the moment. Just read that I live in the city with the most breweries in the world... This makes me very, very happy.
Glenlivet 12, post work.
Double post.
Highland Park 12
Thank you. Just bought a bottle last night, I love it. Way more complex than the Glenlivet, and I like the slightly smoky finish.
I am in the very early ages of exploring Scotch, just bought my first bottle of Glenlivet. I really like it, but want to branch out and explore others. Was thinking of trying a Highland Park 12 year, as it sounds like this is a nice bridge in to some peat & smoke without going full speed in to a Laphroig or such. Thoughts?
A dram of The Glenlivet. This is the first bottle of Scotch I've ever purchased. Loving it.
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