Here are this week’s Life Pro Tips.
1. Employers put “entry level” in job titles to trick applicants into accepting less pay.
If the “entry level” job requires you to have significant experience, demand more than starting pay.
2. Stop comparing yourself to others. Instead, compare yourself to where you were 1-2 years ago.
Whether it’s fitness or finance, use that as motivation for your own goals.
3. Don’t get angry at people for telling you the truth because they will just lie next time.
4. When screwing into wood, if you need to reuse the hole and same screw, break off toothpicks into the hole until they get snug.
When you screw back in, they will help fill the void and allow the threads to bite back down.