I want to scream.
That happens a lot.
Fortunately for those around me, I don’t often actually scream.
I just finished reviewing a presentation deck for a (literally) multibillion-dollar deal for a scientific project of world-changing proportion.
This is the seventh version of the deck where I have requested that the same shallow mistakes be fixed (including typos.)
All of my substantive suggestions have been addressed, but these shallow problems remain a distraction for myself and the other reviewers.
Will these shallow problems accelerate the funding process? I think not.
I think that they should hire me. Or my son’s high school English teacher. Or my son. Or use a free plugin like Grammarly.
I want a title. CDO. Chief Detail Officer.