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Hey, Look at Me

We are all our own brands — whether we like it or not.

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A guy I used to work with was a shamelessly consistent self-promoter.

When e-mailing our team his client projects (which I never did), he would cc company leaders. During meetings he’d always talk about what he was working on. He’d be the first to respond to a question in group e-mails or chats, usually with examples of his own work.




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