I am asking for suggestions on how to go above & beyond during my two trial days (next Tuesday & Wensdsy) at a very reputable Arborculture Company (it has benefits, insurance, support for furthering my education through schooling & certifications, and is basicly an all around 5 star elite proffesional company). This is probably the best chance I have ever gotten to better myself & set forth on a road towards a proffesional career in Treework. I had an interview & it went well, I told my potential boss that I am very new to treework but that I am very willing and motivated to learn. I have two paid trail days next week, and one of the guys I have done groundsman work for before told me to study study study & go above & beyond and really demonstrate that I have a good brain on my shoulders and can work hard. I have also been doing work for another Climber/Arborist who has taught me quite a bit and is even willing to take me on his crew for the duration of this 2018 treework season and teach me everything he knows, an informal apprenticeship. There have also been two mentors in my life who were both veteran tree cutters & woodsmen, they taught me quite a bit as well. I am in great shape, 150lbs, and 5'11". I have done a lot of free climbing for fun, but mainly train bridges, radio & water towers. I have also been an outdoorsman for my whole life. Basicly I am confident that I have the capability & potential to work my way from the ground up, but this is crunch time. I have been reading articles online, reviewing safety measures and hazard reduction, been practicing my knots (bowline knots, marling knots, etc.). I have been practicing at home & at my current job getting more comfortable with chainsaws (at work we have STHIL gas saws, at home I just have a crasftsman 14" 2.5 HP chainsaw, I got it cheap secondhand & have been using it to practice my bucking & felling cuts). I know my hand signals, how to always keep an eye & maintain communication with the climber, Always look up, & I know how to efficiently chip downed leads & brush. I've also gotten a bunch of books out at the local library on climbing , arborculture & climbing knots. Are there any other suggestions anyone has to give me to excell on my 2 trial days? Being hired by this company definitely gives me the potential to better myself & alter the course of my life for the better. Any tips, suggestions and advice would be very much appreciated.