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“Lately, in the course of phone calls to various companies and in emails, I have had folks respond to a question I’ve asked with, “I’m just a…” (fill in the blank e.g. intern, receptionist, sales rep, warehouse employee, stocker, cashier, delivery person, etc.)“I am just a…” What does that mean, really?
Isn’t everyone more important than “just a” something or other. Shouldn’t everyone, from a salesperson to a receptionist to a janitor to an intern, feel more pride in their job and feel more importance than to be inspired to describe themselves as “just a…” — read more in the SNEWS blog by clicking here.