Lie on your resume. Then make it a reality.
That’s what Chris Baglieri, a developer at Old City’s Artisan Mobile, does. He calls it his best career advice. (Though he advises taking out the lies when someone requests a version.)
“Craft your resume to how you want it to look, and then figure out how you’re going to make that piece of fiction a piece of non-fiction in year’s time,” he wrote on his blog.
Knowledge is power!
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