Remember the kid in school that you used to call a teacher’s pet because your teacher just seemed to like him better. The one that was always complimented for his good behaviour, the one that was appointed class chairman and the one who was deemed as the role model for the rest of your peers.
You tried your best to get in your teacher’s good book. You were always early for class, did all your homework, volunteered to help out with class duties and scored perfect scores on all your tests. But still, to your disappointment, your teacher still prefers your classmate over you. He continues to get the praises, the opportunities and the attention. Fast forward to the present, you are done with school but you find yourself caught in the same situation at the workplace – only this time, the stakes are much higher.
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