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How to Answer “Why Should We Hire You And Not Another Person?”

How to Answer “Why Should We Hire You And Not Another Person?”

How to Answer “Why Should We Hire You And Not Another Person?”

How to Answer “Why Should We Hire You And Not Another Person?”

by Karin Singh 08/12/2017

Imagine you are going to an interview… You feel highly confident. You think you are the best. You don’t give anyone the power to put you down or to intimidate you. You are 100 % convinced that you will get this job because you know that you are smart, you are highly educated, you look attractive, you have the experience, you have the skills, you have the right work ethic, and you even fit into the corporate culture. You know “this is my time to shine, either now or never.” You know that getting that job would not just make a difference to your life, but also to your family’s life. The pressure is high. 

Finally, the crucial time for typical interview questions and answers has arrived. One of the most frequently asked interview questions that you might have to face is “Why should we hire you?”

Let’s be honest, if you can’t come up with a good answer to this question straight away, you should ask yourself why you applied for this specific job in the first place. If you can’t give any reason at all of what differentiates you from other job applicants, then you need to take the time to prepare yourself effectively for this question. This could be the last question (but the most crucial one!) that the recruiter might ask you at the end of the interview. It might make all the difference on whether you should be considered as a serious candidate for the respective job or not. How do you want to come across, as confident or insecure, professional or unprepared? Ask yourself!

You also need to realise that it doesn’t mean that an interviewer will formulate the question exactly like this “Why should we hire you?” There are many other versions of this most frequently asked interview question which a Hiring Manager can choose to extract the same information from you.

Let me give you some examples:

“What makes you stand out for this job?”

“Why do you think you are the perfect fit for this job and company?”

“What benefits do I get, if I reject all the other candidates but hire you instead?”

“What can you do that others can’t?”

“Why should we give you this job?”

There are several reasons for a recruiter to ask you this most frequently asked interview question. Let’s face it, s/he wants to know and see:

  •   how well prepared you are for this question. (Has this question fully surprised you or did you know instantly how to answer it the right way?)
  •   if you are fully aware of what it takes to be a good fit for this job and if you have the skills they are looking for.
  •   how effectively you can promote yourself. Remember, it’s all about employee branding!
  •   how badly you really want this job and how convincing you sound.

Often books can help you to prepare for typical interview questions and answers, but remember to always customize your answer to your specific situation.

What to AVOID when answering this question ” Why should we hire you …?” in an interview:

  •   to oversell yourself – knowing that once you are hired – you will underdeliver.
  •   to inflate your experiences, skills and qualifications. If caught, you risk to get fired later for false representation.
  •   to come across as a desperate, modest and self-deprecating person. Please, make sure you know the difference between passion and desperation. Nobody is keen to hire someone they feel sorry for.
  •   To repeat what you already mentioned in your cover letter or CV.

How you should NOT answer:

“I have the skills, the experience and live just around the corner. If help is required – you know – I live just nearby. I’m the best person you can ever get for this job. Seriously, nobody else would be prepared to work for you for that salary, you must have realised that by now! So, I am the man! I would be prepared to tattoo my arm with the corporate logo if that helps me to get the job. As you can see, I would do everything in the best interest for the company. I’m broke and I really need this job.”

This candidate seems not to know how to promote himself very effectively. He comes across as arrogant, rude and desperate. Would you as an employer hire someone like him?

If you want to answer the question “ Why should we hire you ?” in an impressive way, you need to be fully knowledgeable about the specific job requirements and person specification details. That would allow you to customize your question and to leave you as a front-runner.

A good sample answer for a Recruitment Consultant job would be this:

“I’m very confident that I would add real value to your company’s success as your Recruitment Consultant. If you hire me you will get someone aboard who is professional, with a positive mind-set, the right skill-set, the relevant work experience of 5 years, a work ethic that is second to none and a big network of people in your particular industry. I have a proven track record of exceeding targets consistently. Two months ago, I was awarded “Achiever of the Month” at my current company. It’s not just my background in HR – or my interpersonal skills, which have helped me create, develop and maintain great relationships with clients and staff. But I feel highly passionate about this industry, which also comes across in my blog articles that I have written in the past. I love to get things done, and that always with lots of determination and a smile on my face. Previous employers would describe me as an achiever. I would feel very excited to start contributing from day one.”

Remember, that short-listed candidates that are in the final interview round with you might all have similar experiences, similar education, similar skills. What is it then that sets you apart? Always focus on the benefit that you can give to your employer!

It can be:

  •   your high level of self-motivation,
  •   your culture fit,
  •   your confidence (do you look, sound and act confidently throughout the process?),
  •   your additional foreign language skills,
  •   your network and relevant connections that can turn out to be beneficial for the business,
  •   your past achievements,
  •   your previous employers’ references,
  •   your problem-solving skills (provide them with solutions to the problem they have that you are aware of),
  •   your impeccable online presence

and much more. Think creatively and really look for those things that other candidates don’t offer. If you can package your answer with a personal episode that shows how you succeeded in a certain situation, even better!

When I pitch to individuals and companies for my career- and business-related services I always get straight to the point by giving them 6-10 reasons why they should choose me over others. For me personally, that was always the right and best strategy. I can assure you that the response rate was and is always high. Often clients take the time to let me know that they really liked my pitch. So, if I can do it, so can you!

But if after reading this article, you are still not sure if your answer sounds great or not, ask yourself this self-reflective question “Would I hire myself and why?” If the answer is NO, you need to either work harder to come up with a better answer or maybe apply for another job. Conclusion? First you need to convince yourself that you are the best person to hire. Once you have that self-belief, you will see that it will be easier to convince others about your uniqueness too! Good luck and go for it!

Are you NOT actively looking for a job, but open to great opportunities?

Are you NOT actively looking for a job, but open to great opportunities?

Karin Schroeck-Singh’s passion lies in creating, translating and promoting content of high-quality in multiple languages (English, German, Italian). She holds an MBA from the University of Leicester (UK) and is the author of several ebooks. She gained more that 20 years of international work experience in various industries in Italy, the UK and India. Helping businesses to optimise their online presence is her priority, no client or project is too big or too small for her.

Stop worrying. Start outsourcing!

Karin Schroeck-Singh

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Best Questions to Ask a Recruiter at the End of the Interview

Best Questions to Ask a Recruiter at the End of the Interview

by Talentese Team 24/11/2017

Everyone always says you should ask questions at the end of the interview. What questions should you ask? How would your questions be perceived?

Asking questions at the end of an interview is always a good way to finish. In typical question and answer rounds, most recruiters ask if there is anything you would like to know. After you’re done with the most frequently asked interview questions, you should ideally ask 2 – 3 questions that you would want to know answers about. It’s important for recruiters / interviewers to know that you have an interest in the company and that you have conducted your research.

One of the many benefits of asking questions at the end of your typical interview questions and answers round is that you assess your employee branding and whether this company will add more value to you. Another advantage to this would be that you would have a fairer idea if your goals are aligned with the company you are interviewing for. Research carefully and ask intelligent, open-ended questions. Also, avoid asking yes or no type questions – these will not add information to what you already know.

Let’s look at typical interview questions and answers asked by candidates towards the end.


What are the challenges this position presents?

This is one of the most frequently asked interview questions. With this question, you force the recruiter to give you missing information that hasn’t been covered in the job description and the interview. You should pay close attention to any negative aspects of the response from the recruiter.


How does my role fit in the overall company structure?

This is a typical interview question and answer; be prepared for counter-questioning! This question justifies your claim in your resume of being a team player and wanting to contribute towards team building and team success. Always quantify your plan to contribute towards the company’s success in the long term.


How is the performance for this position measured and reviewed?

Back this question up with a smile! You don’t want to come across as someone who is only interested in the financial aspect. You could also add that you would like to work within measurable guidelines of the company – this shows you are willing to be proactive about your new role and care about your personal employee branding.


What training and skill development does this role offer?

This question will be on every recruiter’s radar. Companies want to know if you would like to develop your skills and training to contribute more effectively to their structure. This also shows your dedication to improve your employee branding. Ongoing skill development shows your willingness to improve and ask for additional help and assistance.


What soft skills are required for this position?

It’s always important to know which skills are not mentioned in the job description. All recruiters tell you what to do, but no one tells you what you will require. You will get answers for company culture and value by asking this typical interview question and answer.


Is there anything you feel I lack in my application?

A recruiter always asks about strengths and weaknesses as part of the most frequently asked interview questions. With this, you show that you are willing to admit and work on your weaknesses and turn them into strengths – you are asking the recruiter to assess your vulnerabilities on the spot.


What do you like best about working for this company?

This is an ideal question to show how meticulously you have worked on your employee branding. You are concerned about the recruiter’s views on the company! Not only are you trying to create a discussion instead of an interview, but also getting insight on the best parts in the company. This is not considered in typical interview questions and answers so should be used wisely at the appropriate time.


What is the biggest challenge the company is currently facing?

This question doesn’t come in the regular list of most frequently asked interview questions but should be asked by most candidates. Asking this question shows a willingness to make a positive contribution towards company success. This also helps in finding out what areas require priority upon joining.


What career development opportunities are available?

This is an ideal question if you are looking to fast track your career through the company. Ask this question to gauge if the job position is a dead end or if there are possibilities for promotions and shifts within the company. This also shows your willingness to work on your employee branding.


How can I work best with my manager?

You should be aware of whether the response from the recruiter is collaboration-friendly or not. This is will help you assess which of your strengths you will need to showcase first.


What is the next step in the process and when will I hear from you?

This question is a classic. It is another most frequently asked interview question at the end. Asking this, not only shows eagerness to start, but also provides the basis for your hiring timeline. Only ask this once you are sure your curiosity about the company is satisfied.

Use these questions to assess how you fit with the company culture and what skills you will have to bring to the table. Tailor each question to fit your job application, and don’t forget to do your research on the company. Remember not to discuss salary and benefits in the initial interview. Usually, remuneration discussions are conducted after 2 rounds of interviews. All the best for your interview!

by Talentese Team 24/11/2017

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The ToDo List That Gets Things Done

The ToDo List That Gets Things Done

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The ToDo List That Gets Things Done

I check off an item, added two. I check off another one, added three more. Before I knew it, my todo list is one messy pile!

How many of you have experienced this too?

If you haven’t, I am extremely jealous… that you probably never kept a todo list. =)

A History of Failed ToDo lists

Before technology came into play, I was already a sucker for organizing my calendar and tasks, and started off with the filofax. Yup, most of you who are reading this will probably not have a clue what a filofax is. It’s basically simply a personal organizer and a basic self management tool.

I later on went to digital personal organizers, from those Palm products, to HP then Blackberry.

The Fun World of ToDo Apps

Finally, we get to the state of today’s todo lists. Back in 2006, Gina Trapani, founder of Lifehacker, wrote: “There are approximately 17 million software applications and web sites out there built to manage your to do list.

Here’s a snippet of what you will find on the App Store.

Personally, I have gone through tons of TODO lists, and other productivity tools at that.

Here’s some that I used (at least for some time) but eventually discarded to try something else. Check ‘em out and see if they will meet your needs.

Text Editor

To keep it simple, you can just use any basic text editor (Notepad, TextEdit, etc). The trick is to use codes that make it easy to search for open items, since it won’t automatically do it for you unlike apps.

Personally, I used these:

   Open Tasks: [ ]

   Closed Tasks: [X]

This worked for me for some time. However, when the items started piling up, it became hard for me to organize my tasks especially since it does not have any reminder and prioritization function.


I loved using Any.Do for a long time. It had that sleek UI, and that swiping to close the task felt “cool.” Yes, I’m a geek but, in my defense, they were probably one of the first few to implement this.

I cannot recall all the other reasons I moved away from them now but the major reasons were these:

   There was something wonky about the recurring items. I’m sure they’ve fixed this by now, but there was just no going back by then.

   They developed another app, Cal, to integrate my calendar with these tasks. I did not want another calendar app. If they had integrated it into Google Calendar back then, I would have stayed on.


After Any.Do, I switched to Swipes. They had a similarly sleek UI as Any.Do and had no problems with recurring tasks. I don’t remember them integrating with Google Calendar, but they did something that I loved. They integrated with Evernote, one of my favourite productivity apps.

Unfortunately, they decided to concentrate their efforts on developing their Enterprise version and I just felt that the personal version was being ignored so I decided to move away from it.

Some Notable Mentions


This was one of the best apps that I have used. Unfortunately, it was discontinued after it was bought by Yahoo!


Yes, I experimented with using Evernote as a ToDo list. Although it worked for awhile, I decided to discontinue this workflow. I am still a huge fan of Evernote, but mixing my web clips and notes with my tasks was simply too messy.   

As you can see, I have been a nut for productivity tools for quite some time now. In hindsight, this was probably (Excuse the StrengthsFinder references here) my #Maximizer and #Arranger in action, as I was always looking for that perfect configuration.

Unfortunately, it bordered on being a basement behaviour as I wasted a lot of time trying to be productive. Luckily, it looks like I have found the one for me.


A few months ago, a colleague suggested Nozbe and I have been hooked since. In fact, I am now testing it with my team and planning on getting the PRO version soon.

Why Nozbe?

Nozbe has all the basic features of other ToDo apps. However, its beauty lies in the integrations it has with other productivity tools. Beautiful for me because I happen to be an avid user of these tools too.

Cloud storage platforms

After losing some major files from a busted Hard Drive a few years ago, I have decided to sync all my important (work and personal) files to a cloud service. I am currently using Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Box and iCloud.

And, guess what? Nozbe integrates with four out of five of these services.Can you guess which one is out? 🙂

These integrations make my experience smoother as I am able to go from my task to the file(s) I need to work on it with one click.


Yes, I have mentioned Evernote over and over again but, what can I do, I simply love it and it is a must-have integration for me. I just love how I can easily make notes as well as take web clips with it.

If you have not tried it, I encourage you to sign-up for the Evernote Basic first. It’s free after all.

Similar to the cloud storage platforms, this integration makes it easy for me to refer to my Evernote notes which help me complete a particular task.

Google Calendar

I mentioned this earlier as I am a heavy calendar user. I make sure I keep all my meetings and appointments on my Google Calendar.

Yes, that’s because I really have a poor memory.

This integration now enables me see all my Nozbe tasks on my calendar. That way, I can quickly see where I might have a conflict with appointments as well as see open slots where I might be able to squeeze in other tasks. Yes, other ToDo lists (Wunderlist) had something similar this but since their tasks did not have durations, it was not as precise as the Nozbe items.

Tips and Podcasts

This is not a feature but one thing I really liked about Nozbe were the constant emails with tips and podcasts on how to make the best use of it, and especially on implementing the GTD framework. I watched people’s best practices and adopted those that I felt were applicable to me.

Getting Things Done

There is no silver bullet for getting things done.

I simply wanted to show everyone all the tools that I had to go through to finally find one that really supported my workflow.

Yes, supported, because in the end the tools can only support you, YOU still have to do the work.

Ryan Salvanera is the co-founder and chief tech guy of Wissen Solomon, a consulting firm that aims to create abundance through the empowerment and growth of MSMEs. Ryan is also a personal coach at Coach Rye and specializes in coaching high-performing leaders and entrepreneurs.

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What Are The (Common) Things That People Who Do a Good Career Have?

by Talentese Team 14/11/2018


You are great at your work. You’re hardworking, innovative and love a great challenge! But what happens in the long run? How do you avoid costly pitfalls in the career race? We all make mistakes, there’s no avoiding that! The trick is to learn from them.


1. Don’t stop challenging yourself:

Always stay updated with the latest innovations and ideas in your work sphere. Be aware of new technologies and software. This will help in keeping a pulse of the market. Also, this is a fantastic way to convert your current weaknesses into strengths. Simultaneously, you are working on your personal employee branding. In case you are ever in need of new concepts, you can always have a one up on your peers! To get more information, visit career counseling for experienced professionals.


2. Don’t stop updating your profile:

It is extremely important to keep your resume updated at all times. When you apply for a great new opportunity, the first thing any recruiter or interviewer wants is an updated resume. Don’t get so complacent in your current job that you forget to look for greener pastures. Employee branding only works, if you are able to take advantage of the job market. Link your professional media presence in your resume.


3. Don’t let go of Networking opportunities:

Many people make the costly mistake of networking only with colleagues in the office. They forget that the world is an endless networking space! Attend industry fairs, seminars and exhibitions to constantly meet new people. Remember to be sociable and keep in touch professionally (, 2015). Work on your employee branding! Career guidance counselors who provide career counseling for experienced professionals believe that your contacts can provide you with valuable feedback, market updates, and possible job opportunities. Interact with your peers as often as possible.


4. Don’t focus only on financial gain:

Always look for newer opportunities, but don’t worry too much about the salary. Career guidance counselors stress that, if the new job is with a bigger or better company, then you could consider it. Your focus should be on employee branding, gaining knowledge and learning, rather than just the salary or remuneration. Treat the new job with enthusiasm to learn new skills, get better responsibilities, and also manage a larger team. At the end of the day, your happiness and satisfaction matter! A new job, with better learning initiatives, is a great way to start.


5. Don’t say yes to everything:

It is difficult to say no. But it is physically and emotionally impossible to keep everyone happy. It is very important to respectfully decline certain situations and opportunities. Career counseling for experienced professionals believe that smart employees know which battles to choose. In order to improve effectiveness, you must be prepared to say no sometimes (Entrepreneur, 2015). Remember to be extremely respectful and humble while declining.


6. Don’t forget your budget:

Often times, people neglect to forecast their needs and wants. You should always maintain control on personal and professional expenses. Managing monthly expenses is important to space out spending capacity. This is a great way to attain self-discipline in monetary terms as you learn the importance of curbing expenses and building savings. This way, there are always contingencies to fall back on in case of a personal or professional emergency.


7. Don’t ignore feedback:

Be mindful of feedback from customers and colleagues. Improvements to your personal work and that of the company should always be a priority. No business can run successfully without satisfied customers. Employee branding will improve with better reviews from returning customers. Their word is usually treated as final (PsychologyToday, 2014). Career guidance counselors assist in improving your communication skills to deal with negative feedback. Always take improvements into consideration on the basis of feedback received from regular clients. Building a strong support system can reap awesome rewards in the end.

Follow these important tips of ‘what not to do’ to have successful careers. These are important cheat codes to further your growth and success. Avoid these major roadblocks and always keep an open mind about your career standing. Be quick to adapt and respond to change with enthusiasm. Remember to keep working on your employee branding and to visit a career guidance counselor regularly. Keep networking and stay one step ahead of your colleagues. Your stellar career path will start to brighten instantly!

by Talentese Team 01/12/2017

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by Talentese Team 10/11/2017

Ace your Resume and Interview:

While none of us are mind readers (or are we?), it would be pretty awesome to know what’s coming our way and how to answer most frequently asked interview questions so recruiters wouldn’t automatically discard your application. How do we reach this stage? Isn’t it obvious? We need a fabulously crafted resume. Let’s see how we can deal with both these topics. One way is with the help of a career guidance counselor who also assists in resume writing and interview practice; another would be to just read this article!

Use these tips to ace your resume and interviewLet’s tackle them one at a time.

Resume tips

#1 – Format, Format, and format!

It’s extremely important to format your resume. Always start your resume with clear indents and line spacing. Keep your font size readable, ideally 11 or 12. Ensure your headings are logical and precise. Use bullets and numbering to emphasize important aspects. Catch readers’ attention with correct use of bold and italics typefaces.

#2 – Make it purposeful

Ensure your resume is a reflection of your achievements, goals and past experience. The most important task of the resume is to land you an interview. Your resume isn’t going to secure a job for you, so tailor it to get attention and connect it closely with your life. Don’t make it boring or generalized. Seek a career guidance counselor to better understand language and tonality to spruce up your resume.

#3 – Use keywords!

Keywords are extremely important. Use them liberally to attract readers’ eye and ensure that certain keywords are associated only with you. Also, most consultancies use keywords to search for the perfect fit. Change your keywords based on the job you are applying for (Forbes, 2014). Use your keywords even for frequently asked interview questions during your interview or visit a career guidance counselor to guide you and make a list of fitting keywords. Don’t emphasize ‘baking skills’ if applying for a finance position!

#4 – You are the Best Fit!

State in clear, concise language why you are the best fit. Always keep this information at the start of your resume. List your most dynamic skills and best experiences next. Give your future employers something to look forward to. Explain how you handled past projects and clients. Sum up with how you tackled issues effectively. Don’t forget a special mention of achievements received for your hard work. You know you are the Best Fit – show them why.

#5 – Don’t generalize your resume

Drive home how unique you are. Employers want to know what is extraordinary about you. Re-read the job description and blend your work experience so your resume fits the closest. This shows how you are the best prospect and that you have put in time and effort. Passion is important; don’t make your resume dry and tiresome. If you need extra assistance, visit a career guidance counselor to re-word it for you. No one likes to read different versions of the same thing. Stand out, Shine!


by Talentese Team 10/11/2017

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What Do Successful People Share?

by Talentese Team 07/11/2017

Success isn’t magic. It’s attained through hard work, determination and a strong will. Successful people are not perfect, but they strive to achieve perfection. While such people are rare, they share common behavioral patterns and habits. Most of us have set habits that we follow routinely, but the implementation of better ones is more important. Setting habits that assist in climbing the career ladder help in employee branding and motivation.

Let’s view some common habits of successful people and how you can adapt them:


Early to bed, Early to rise

Successful people are early risers. You will never hear of a successful person who has slept the whole day (unless in the case of unavoidable circumstances!). Most successful people believe that if they wake early, they will be able to finish more work in a shorter period of time. Sleeping by 11 pm and waking up at 7 am will also help in resetting your body clock to ensure you have adequate rest so that your mind and body are fresh to achieve your goals!



Almost all successful people are sticklers for timing and priorities. Prioritizing what is important and needs immediate attention, ensures that all urgent tasks are completed well within deadlines. Simultaneously, this works on your personal employee branding at work. While you do this, don’t forget to prioritize your personal life too. Former President Barack Obama also made time to have dinner with his family as often as possible.


Exercise regularly

All career guidance counselors will emphasize the importance of having an exercise routine to combat stress. Whether it’s running, jogging, or swimming, exercise helps in getting your blood pumping and keeping your body fit. Regular exercise keeps the mind alert and you can also take this time to analyze all the things that need attention. Get career counseling for experienced professionals to review your work schedules and find the right slot to exercise.


Communicate clearly

Successful people never beat about  the bush. They are clear and precise communicators. Start improving your personal and professional communication by enrolling in a course or a few sessions with a career guidance counselor. As you make the gradual shift from informal to formal modes of communication, your style of writing

and speaking will improve. Using appropriate body language and tonal modulations also help in improving your personal employee branding to push you further up your success chart!


Plan your week

Be methodical in planning your week ahead. Having a set plan will enable you to make time for all the tasks that require attention (including personal commitments). Successful people know the importance of daily goals to keep their motivation levels high.


Learn from mistakes

Successful people learn from their mistakes. You can never be successful without first making and learning from mistakes. Instead of feeling demotivated by failures, learn from them and adapt best practices to build your employee branding. Visit career counseling for experienced professionals to get the right direction from a career guidance counselor to benefit from your mistakes and achieve your career goals set out for the future.


Always have multiple incomes

If you are employed, do not depend only upon the salary as the source of income. Always have multiple sources of income to build you wealth and assets over time. Ideally, having at least three sources of income can help in wealth maximization. Investing in gold schemes and real estate are also options that can be looked upon favorably. Talk with experts to explore multiple streams to expand your annual income exponentially.


Actively pursue your goals

Just because your goals might take a little longer than what you initially thought, don’t give up on them. Successful people work towards their goals actively and review and re-assess them whenever needed. Make room for marginally adjusting time and money while planning your goals. While you’re doing this, be sure to factor in your personal goals as well. Being goal oriented also works wonders as focus increases while you achieve your milestones.


Make time for hobbies

If you read about successful people, you will realize that they routinely make time to pursue their hobbies. Having a hobby is a great way to de-stress and achieve childhood dreams. Hobbies could be as simple as painting, ballroom dancing, or learning a new musical instrument. Learning a hobby is a great way to reinvent yourself and find something you are passionate about. It is also a wonderful form of self-meditation.

Success is a path that should be achieved with hard work, passion, and commitment. Learn as you grow and adapt to changing environments. Be flexible about readjusting your goals. Treat every obstacle as a challenge and you are sure to succeed in life!

by Talentese Team 07/11/2017

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