First year of professional life is a milestone in any fresher’s life. It’s the point where he/she gets to shed their “fresher” title. Last month was the transition period for eleven of us. We wanted to have a quiet celebration.
What is more appropriate than a poster?
I was all set except for an idea. Since I wanted to cook something simple, I rejected all the obvious ideas that flooded my mind — a cake with a lighted candle, a one rupee note with our names on it, etc. With every passing idea not working, I became disheartened.
Chaos to Clarity
A flashback of the last one year puzzled me more and clouded my thoughts. What was I doing all these time? What did I leave behind? People were not amazed about me; but nonetheless they were impressed. After all, I am leaving my mark in the corporate space. Suddenly everything fell into place. I knew what I had to do; what I had to write; the confusion simply vaporized. So, the flashback did do me good.
Since we have been imprinting our impressions on each and everyone we come across, the punch line could be nothing but
“We have been leaving our prints all over company for the last one year now”
With a thumb-impression and snapshots of my fellow ex-freshers, the poster was complete.
Seeing the poster, one of my seniors exclaimed, “So you people were responsible for the pile of printouts around the printer!”