Sharing personal information brings people closer together. But how do you know when you’ve gone too far—or when someone else has ulterior motives?
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I'm in a highly paid technical enterprise sales job working with fortune 100 companies in the media and entertainment industry.
I'm massively introverted. I'm excellent at my job, but it drains me and requires tapping into much more energy than a typical extrovert type. And the time to recharge is greater.
Your comment is so absolutely ignorant and self-justified. It's clear you are incapable of imagining a perspective other than your own.
It would be disappointing if it wasn't so very typical.
I hope people like you one day experience some sort of epiphany-moment where you realize that you and your personal experiences do not represent 100% of all possible use cases.
In other words, try and be a part of the solution, rather than decrying that a gap other than "personal grit, determination and bootstraps" are the sole missing ingredients.
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