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The Corporate World is Full of People Who Believe Their Success Depends on Your Failure

The perils of the toxic scarcity mindset

Photo by Mateus Campos Felipe on Unsplash

You need to have a certain personality type to survive corporate life. It’s not for everyone. Many big companies are waking up to the fact that good people are voting with their feet and leaving.

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Dianne Sullivan

Dianne Sullivan

Obsessed with personal growth, personal finance & running. Figuring out my path to financial independence. thegrowthwriter.com

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