Be The Most Interesting Person In The World | ReCareered by Phil Rosenberg

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Since we were children, we’ve been taught to be humble.

Even at work, we’ve been taught to ask about others rather than talk about ourselves.

Religion calls talking about ourselves as pride and many religions consider it a sin.

It’s no wonder we have a tough time making ourselves look interesting when searching for a job. Our training in humbleness extended to our resume, as we’ve been taught to brand ourselves as qualified … rather than extraordinary.


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