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Stop Being a People Pleaser

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Juliana Moxley
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Published on July 19, 2015

Job hunting is a long process, and if you’re a “people pleaser” as Forbes calls it in this article, then the job hunt can be more daunting than usual. In the article, it states several examples of people pleasers who end up with a job they don’t love because they wanted to please the hiring manager during the interview. If you’re one of these people, read the article to discover ways you can break this habit.

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