I remember the day I left my first job out of college. I had been temping as an office manager in the theater department at my old school, mostly answering questions for new students. My boss had suggested early on that during my free time (which was most of the time), I might find ways to improve the office. I had no idea what he meant, and instead spent most of my free time wondering what an office manager does. But that last day, as I packed my things and said my goodbyes, I saw a million little things that “someone” should improve – and for the first time, I realized I could have been doing those things.