"Why did you want to go into space?" was the first question that I asked of Guy Laliberté. I was intrigued by a man who would spend 11 days in a space station 220 miles above the earth... and return with 10,000 photographs.
Emily believes in the power of intuition to guide her, adoring her inspirations, but not a slave to the rules of what must define a songwriter. I'm thrilled to share more about the world behind her story.
The film looks like a busy desktop from 2007, and has a compulsive ADD vibrancy to it, complete with virus warnings, sticky notes, multiple windows, spastic video games, webcams, kittens and text messages.
I understand employers' concern that a candidate is only considering a position with them because there are no other options, but when this worry is weighted too heavily, an organization might just lose out on a fantastic employee.