My Final Google Trip

Posted by Simon Leung in Google, Travel, Updates on June 6th, 2006 | No Comments

Every one of my visits to New York has been a Google business trip. Needless to say, it’s a bitter sweet experience as I compose this blog entry from the Grand Hyatt hotel in Manhattan.

Tomorrow will mark what is very likely to be my very last client visit and presentation before I either switch teams or leave the company. I learn a lot from these visits. This is because I spend more time and feel more pressure to understand the product as I prepare myself for questions about anything and everything.

As I look over my material for the last time before I call it a night, I am saddened as I realize that this is the last client presentation I will prepare for Google, but am also very excited that I will soon have clients to call my own.

There is so much to look forward to. Everything has happened for a reason, and I owe all my credibility, knowledge and expertise to my experience and learnings on the job.

It’s almost eerie, but the fact that I have never stepped foot into the Big Apple except for Google trips makes it more surreal because in just a few short days, I will be returning to Manhattan for Joel Christopher’s Marketing Cruise.

This trip, of course, will be for myself and my Internet Marketing business. I’m glad that it has been planned this way. It will bring me another step closer to closure.

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