How to Become “Famous” at your Day Job

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Promotional image from my day job

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With more people getting vaccinated and COVID restrictions easing off, I’m back at the brick and mortar office part time. I could be back there full time, but it’s more convenient for me to have a hybrid schedule that I can control, and my employer is very gracious.

Anyway, I do tell anyone at work who has an interest that I’m a published textbook writer as well as an author of over thirty science fiction, fantasy, and horror short stories. A few people are actually impressed.

One of them is “Baxter,” and among her other duties, she creates and maintains the internal slideshow that is displayed in our corporate headquarters on monitors such as those in the break rooms.

Once Baxter found out I was a writer (and not just the “technical writer”), and I showed her my Amazon Author’s page, she took it upon herself (she did tell me first) to create a slide promoting me in front of the whole corporate staff. The image you see above is what she did.

No, I don’t have people flocking to me, even when I’m in the office, inquiring about my writing. But it doesn’t hurt to spread your name around a bit and then see what happens.

3 thoughts on “How to Become “Famous” at your Day Job

  1. Why does it matter to be famous to be famous? It has a simple answer. We all want to be famous to be heard! Creativity or uniqueness is not enough to survive in today’s world. Say you have read a lot of text books and have gained enough knowledge on a topic. Poeple will only listen to you when you are famous. Say you are a great cook, but you would get millions of views in your YouTube channel, only when you are a “celebrity chef”. For this reason we wander around the internet world to look for answers on how to be famous. We at wordskraft have a great blog on this topic, where the topic is discussed in detail with facts. We would pleased if you would read it on our site.

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