Studying a foreign language can be challenging for introverts. Read on for my language-learning strategies and a few unintended consequences.
Some time back, I wrote The introvert’s guide to choosing a foreign language. In the months since I wrote it, that post has helped thousands of introverts–okay, hundreds of introverts… Dozens? Fine, one or two introverts if you want to be generous about it–to decide what foreign language to study.
With all these introverts studying new languages, it’s now time to provide some reliable information on the best way to study a foreign language as an introvert.
Job applications need not be stressful. Learn how to inappropriately catch an employer’s attention and manipulate them into hiring you.
Applying for a job can be a stressful process. How do you blend just the right amount of truth with blatant lies in a way that will make the person who’s just looked at fifty of these monsters (or pretended to) want to give you the job?
Having been at the other end of the process and read 110 job applications in the past few days, they are very much on my mind, and I thought I’d take some time to offer you my best tricks for swiping the job. (Yes, I work.)
Disclaimer: Before you get all up in arms, this post is intended humorously, and in no way reflects how I evaluate job applications. Probably.