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Your Job Title describes what you do, at least, I think it should.

People invest time and energy into their jobs, and sometimes a slick title can add kudos of dress up a dull and mindane occupation. But don’t be fooled.

It doesn’t matter what you do, you surely do something to fill your time. Whatever you do, it’s your job, even if it’s not paid ‘work’. So what is your job title?

Once you’ve identified it, how happy are you with it? Does it do you justice by describing you in a way you are happy with?

While we are all busy striving to make our mark, build a future, a career, security or whatever drives us, we often overlook the most basic details.

Describing yourself so that others understand who you are and what you do can be the hardest challenge of all.

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