My Professor Said I’d Never Make It In The Corporate World- He Was Right

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I was 20 when my professor told me that if I didn’t change ‘the way I acted’, I was never going to make it in the corporate world. I was in the third year of my public relations degree. He then proceeded to tell me that my dreams of working in professional sports too would be affected if I didn’t tone myself down. He told me I was going to find it hard to progress in…

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Alexandria Brown

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You can find Alex writing about heartbreak, depression or love. Editor at The Creative Cafe. Work with me www.alexandriabrown.ca.

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