You find a lost dog. You’re a good person so you want to get the little fella back to its rightful owner. Do NOT post a picture of the dog when advertising that you have found a lost dog!
It’s important to plan and save for your future. But if you do save for your future at the complete expense of having fun or your current life experiences then you are doing yourself a huge disservice. I’ve known people who spent their entire lives saving, scrimping and saving, and saving and scrimping some more to no end. Every time the rest of us wanted to go out to dinner or have fun, nope, too expensive. Sorry, got to save.
“So, where do you see yourself x years from now?” When an interviewer asks this question, he is looking for an answer that involves some degree of logical advancement from the position you are interviewing for while still being employed within the same organization.
Rather than try to overhaul your entire diet in one big swoop, take small steps and be proud of yourself for achieving them.
Let’s get one thing straight right away – introverts aren’t shy. Far from it. We just don’t feel like acting all cheery and bubbly in every social situation which is why we can seem kind of aloof sometimes. Quite frankly, most social situations are tiring and nonsensical to us.