Want to Be a More Valuable Employee? Drop Your Ego

Be you, but take “the me” out of the equation.

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When I graduated from college, I felt ready to take on the world and empowered to do great things. I had an image of landing a great job, having a boss who was impressed with me, getting promoted, working my way into management and beyond, and eventually running my own show. This is what success meant…




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