Are You Sabotaging Your Career?

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What I Know.

You are sabotaging your career if you are born a woman.
You are sabotaging your career if you are born a short man.
You are sabotaging your career if you are too skinny.
You are sabotaging your career if you are too fat.
You are sabotaging your career if you are disabled.
You are sabotaging your career if you are missing teeth.
You are sabotaging your career if you whiten your teeth too much.
You are sabotaging your career if you are a cat person.
You are sabotaging your career if you own small dogs.
You are sabotaging your career if you wear a red dress and peep-toe heels.
You are sabotaging your career if you wear a pink polo with gray slacks.
You are sabotaging your career if you don’t have a degree.
You are sabotaging your career if you think you deserve better than everyone around you.
You are sabotaging your career if you can’t go with the flow.
You are sabotaging your career if you go with the flow too much.
You are sabotaging your career if you can’t take a joke.
You are sabotaging your career if you make too many ethnic jokes.
You are sabotaging your career if you show your vulnerability.
You are sabotaging your career if you are over 40.
You are sabotaging your career if you are under 40.
You are sabotaging your career if you don’t drive the right car.
You are sabotaging your career if you bike to work.
You are sabotaging your career if you call in sick too often.
You are sabotaging your career if you are a martyr.
You are sabotaging your career if you talk about your kids.
You are sabotaging your career if you don’t put up pictures in your cubicle.
You are sabotaging your career if you Instagram your life for everyone to see.
You are sabotaging your career if you go out for drinks with the team.
You are sabotaging your career if you don’t go out for drinks with the team.
You are sabotaging your career if you never smile.
You are sabotaging your career if you have a mean, pinched face.
You are sabotaging your career if you are an angelheaded hipster burning for the ancient heavenly connection to the starry dynamo in the machinery of night.
You are sabotaging your career if you like tacos.
You are sabotaging your career if you are allergic to gluten.
You are sabotaging your career if you say no more than yes.
You are sabotaging your career if you say yes more than no.

What I Believe.

You can stop sabotaging your career by stop caring about your career. Stop spending money. Start prioritizing your life. Start caring more about the people you love. And find more people to love.

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