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It’s really no surprise that when Twitter user Zak Toscani’s co-worker got his lunch mysteriously stolen from the shared fridge, it became a huge whodunnit that got nearly everyone in the office involved. I mean, what better way to spend a work day?
“I make it a point to introduce myself very clearly and say my name at least a couple of times. And at the end I ask them if they remember my name. Almost every person forgets. It’s not a deal breaker because I understand that they’re nervous, but when someone does remember it, I have to resist hiring them on the spot.”
If you’re like me and just about every other single person in the entire world, you’re scared of failure and the unknown. But guess what? The only things these fears are good for are 1) living a mediocre life, and 2) keeping you from achieving your dreams.