According to motivational speaker, Jim Rohn, you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. So, what happens when most of the people you hang out with are negative friends? They can bring you down, right? But the good news is that you can choose your friends and if necessary, break up with the negative ones.
If you have a job interview coming up, you have to talk about yourself. And if your spring agenda is filling up with parties, graduations, weddings and soirees, talking about yourself is part of this busy schedule, too. But just the thought of talking about yourself makes most people cringe. So, if the thought of personal chit-chat makes you panic, keep reading for three clever tips to help you talk about your strengths and experiences instead.