We can all relate to struggling with new job temptation. However, this story is a great reminder to remain true to yourself and know that we all have unique talents to offer. We spend the majority of our week at work, more than any other activity which means if given an opportunity to choose our work, choose wisely. Keeping your unique talent top of mind will allow your career to blossom and boost your happiness. Employers, this really matters to the overall success of any business. Trust your gut and remember, never detach from what you are good at.
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