Need more kaladkarin people in my life.

Preferably someone with a flexible sched, or mostly free on Saturdays.

Game for food (not so weight conscious), gigs, movies, conversation over alcohol or dessert.

Replies to texts and PMs within 24 hrs :))

Pleasing personality not required.

It’s sad bec most of my friends are either working their asses off in a cold office or battling sleep in their condos/dorm rooms surrounded by book piles and loose pages.

While I’m just here taking what I can from life like what any person who doesn’t feel the pressure to work right after college dreams of. Seeing what I can do to balance work/family/pleasure. Move on din, hay. I miss having people to hang out with by default.

I didn’t mean to see it but I saw who was calling her. It was Nature, and she didn’t answer it. Haha

Sometimes it’s easier to talk to strangers than to people who actually know you and people who you actually know.

Every girl has a chocolate week every month. True or false? :P

Every girl has a chocolate week every month. True or false? :P

It’s really hard to design products by focus groups. A lot of times, people don’t know what they want until you show it to them.

—Steve Jobs

Any innovative company struggles with how much to listen to customers. Most realize that you cannot trust them to tell you what your next new product will be. — Mario D’Amico, senior VP of marketing at Cirque du Soleil

Customers might help identify the destination, but you can’t listen to them on how to get there.

Put another way, it isn’t the customer’s job to tell you how to solve their problem; feedback is most useful in identifying which problems actually exist.

With these types of goals in mind, companies can gather valuable feedback from their customers that need not interfere with their creative process, or dictate how they should approach developing the best solution.

https://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20140619163106-56883908-why-steve-jobs-never-listened-to-his-customers