Imagine a bar for geeks. Food and drink, events, a library, games, and more. Sound like a great idea? Well David Zoltan and his group made it a reality with Geek Bar Chicago, which has exactly that. So of course I’m going to ask him how they do it.
We want to be the candidate that gets the job, or the contract, or the client. We’re always wondering “what kind of person will get this.” Is it the one with this talent or that, the one that is the most forward, the one that is the most reserved, or just the weirdest one? Whatever it is we want to be that person, or at least think we do.
In my long experience working, coaching, and researching I’ve found there is one kind of candidate you want to be – and you, my fellow geek/otaku/fan can be it, and may have some advantages in that area.
That candidate? That’s the memorable candidate. Well, the well-remembered candidate, really – since you can be memorable for breaking into panicked screaming and running out of the interview. You want to be memorable in a good way, but for the sake of theory, I’ll just refer to you as being “the memorable” candidate.