#eventgoer: The Angry Executive

#eventgoer: The Angry Executive

Hello. My name is Richard Tator. I’m an event goer. I don’t know who organized this thing. It makes no sense. They want me to print stuff and who’s gonna pay for the ink? And when I called them to register, they told me to go to the internet.

You will see me at events like conferences, forums, and other business meetings. I’m looking for partners and information about what’s up in the industry.

I pay particular attention to everything I don’t like. And I don’t like a lot of things: lines, incompetence, and mess.

I expect to be able to enter and speak to the guy I want to speak to, without any weird formal stuff. And when someone’s talking smart, then I want to listen to him in peace. Oh, that guy, on the stage! I want to speak to him in person. Could you get me a conference room so that only few people can get in and distract me?

I’m annoyed. Period.

What I like most is when everything is going according to my plan. I’m paying for something and definitely not for being treated as a normie.

Lukasz Krawczuk

Thank you for your time and insight, Mr. Tator. Is he gone? Good. I guess most event managers go into rage mode after meeting Mr. Dick Tator (see what I did there?) at their event. But now take a deep breath - count to four - exhale. Let’s keep our remarks to ourselves - maybe Mr. Tator is simply having a bad day. Happens to everyone, maybe he didn’t eat breakfast or his car broke down. That’s why it’s always good to smile. There’s a chance he feels bad for being angry and he’ll chill. Don’t get involved in the hate - that’s the most important thing when dealing with Mr. Tator. If it doesn’t help, well, he will hate anything just for the sake of hate. It’s worth a shot, though.
Look forward to another event goer soon!