Blackstar Logistic Unlimited is Hiring
Who We Are
What We Do
I know what you’re thinking: that’s a set up for a real shit-show, right? Who’s going to trust anyone to trust anyone to move their property around in a sandbox environment? Either people will think we’ll steal their stuff, or we’ll get jumped, ourselves shot, our ships hijacked, and a whole lot of harassing messages in our inbox to the tune of “Nah nah nah pttttthhhh”.
Well, I’m a firm believer that “the world is what you make it”, so with what I hope will be careful vetting, we’ll try our hand at the Rent-A-Transport business.
Of course, we’ll also do other things that become available in the game, but the idea is that we’ll be doing them as a group.
How We Do It
The thing is, I’m not sure. What I am sure of, however, is that we acheter ovral need more people in order to be able to do it.
This is uncharted territory for me: being a group leader. I’ve never had much luck at joining other people’s groups, and while I’ve been honest (I think) about my own shortcomings that contribute to this fact — like my reluctance to insert myself into other people’s cliques — I’ve also believed that a lot of “like a family” groups out there fall far short of the mark themselves by not making recruitment an ongoing effort part of their behavior. I’ve always believed that if a new member seems to be hanging back, then the group that claims to be “like a family” should be reaching out to see what they can do to help…few if any ever do. Recruitment doesn’t stop at writing up a post and accepting someone into the group. It’s an ongoing process that ensures that every member feels like a member and not someone who’s struggling among strangers.
So I now get to put my money where my mouth is, and that’s a bit terrifying because my part in not having fit into an existing group — my introverted side — is going to get thrown right out the window. As the organizer of this…organization…it’s my role to ensure that the Manifesto is adhered to by all members, and not just by the one who wrote it (read: me). It’s the culture we’re trying to sell to potential members, and if they show up because they like the advertisement, we owe it to them to live up to their expectations, even when that means we have to bend over backward to accommodate them
(Sadly, our system ID is “BLUD”. I had originally designed it to be BLU, but that was taken. I could have gone with BSLU, but I didn’t think of that until it was too late to change it).