Andrew Nemeth… where do we even begin to describe this gem of a person? All you really need to know is he had a mustache before all the employees at Urban Outfitters did, but don’t remind him of this cool fact because his ego is big enough.
What It’s Like Being a Professional Person
By: Andrew Nemeth
@nemeth // projectnemeth.com
I remember being a kid and looking at the older people and thinking, “Wow, they’re so professional.”
I have to note that I wasn’t like normal kids when I was young. Instead of being content playing on the jungle gym at recess, I was more interested in how I could I could market my latest idea. When I was in third grade I launched my first business venture supplying apparel accessories to other students on the playground. I found I could pay my sister to make bracelets and choker-necklaces (it was the 90’s) for ‘x’ and sell them to kids at school for ‘2x’.
I was a business man.
As time went on, I hatched a number of other entrepreneurial ideas—none of wich made me rich or famous, but all of which spurred on the desire to achieve professionalism.
Not long ago, while searching for a new direction to take my creative talents, I had an epiphany: I am a professional person.
Professional, by definition is someone who is payed for a service. This entire time I had been providing a service and being paid for it without even realizing it. Every October 18th, people send me money and well wishes for being such a great person. On this, the anniversary of my becoming a person (read: birthday), people send me gifts, and cards, and what-nots.
It’s the perfect gig.
I don’t really have to do anything. I just go about my daily routine, and after a year of it people recognize that I’ve lived so well that I deserve payment in some form or another.
If you’re impressed with how well I’ve been a person you can learn more by visiting http://projectnemeth.com
Andrew Nemeth is a Creative Connoisseur and Professional Person. He hails from the great nation-state of Texas and currently resides in the suburbs of Denver, Colorado. Andrew enjoys watching other people do dangerous things on his TV from the safety of his couch. When he isn’t sleeping he’s contriving creative ways to interact with young people.