I've never been shy of working hard to achieve a deadline, as these sort of situations come up - now and then. However, this way of working should be the exception, not the rule. It's more effective and efficient to work "smart" - not to work "hard". There's a big difference between the two with the latter being unsustainable and very unproductive.
I told her about my ten years of experience in the area and how I could support the company with it. She thanked me and then asked me if I had any other questions. She was quiet during the whole process, not really interested in the answers. A huge waste