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LinkedIn and Its Overachiever Culture

Not everyone can be on the Forbes 30 Under 30 List, and that’s OK.

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Recently, a mentor of mine and I reached a new level of amity — we admitted to each other that we had searched for each other on LinkedIn before meeting.

After disclosing this revelation, we both came to the realization that we spent ungodly amounts of time on the platform, disguising our addiction to…




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Chidi Michaels

Chidi Michaels

Just a random college student with quite a few opinions and a fervent need to unleash them.

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