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PRFree.Org (Press Release) Jul 16, 2015
-- Joe Olujic, a gaming industry veteran who is known for his candor and his willingness to discuss just about any subject relating to his professional career, gave an expansive interview with Ideamensch that nonetheless left several questions unanswered. In responding to the interviewer’s questions, it seems that Mr. Olujic’s humility kept him from going into great detail regarding his professional success.
Olujic’s peers and colleagues have long known that he is always quick to share praise and to take sole responsibility for criticism. While these traits have endeared Olujic to those who work with him, it is these same traits that left a number of questions unanswered in the interview. When pressed, Mr. Olujic again extended personal praise to all of those involved in his professional efforts and successes.
“I think it is important to recognize that no success is achieved alone,” says Olujic. “Every success I have ever enjoyed as a professional has been the result of collaborative efforts in which many people made great contributions. To say that I have accomplished something without mentioning the hard work of all those involved would simply be unfair.”
While the interview included a number of valuable insights into the strategies employed by Olujic, there were also some instances in which follow-up questions would have proved helpful in further elucidating how Olujic applies some of these practices in a professional setting. Olujic notes that he wishes he could elaborate on how he prepares for all of the varied circumstances and situations he encounters on a daily basis, but that he understands effective preparation ought to be very different from one person to the next.
“I have a fairly strict practice I use to help me prepare for each day, but the way I prepare is not exactly ideal for everyone else,” says Olujic. “It is important that professionals understand the value of thorough preparation and adopt a set of strategies that works best for them.”
The key point that Olujic emphasized in discussing the aspects of the interview that seemed to need additional clarification is that the principles themselves are sound. It is just a matter of adapting the principles to suit the individual needs of the professional who ultimately utilizes them.