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Faking It
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Jonathan Grubb blogs eight ways to fake it. Number one:

Count to five before answering any question.
I learned this from my friend Matt. When someone asks you a question, especially in an interview/work type situation, look off into the distance and count to five then answer the question as usual. You will seem thoughtful and deep. This trick works way, way better than it should.

Brilliant!

April 25, 2006 / Uncategorized

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The tip that involves e-mailing your boss and CC-ing all your coworkers at 2 a.m. after drinking all night could backfire. Just a hunch.

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