IM going to lay it on the table and tell you what my biases are

IM going to lay it on the table and tell you what my biases are

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IM going to lay it on the table and tell you what my biases are. I don’t usually do that because I do feel that showing your true biases makes one vulnerable to others. I feel that strong social and personal biases are the same as wearing your heart on your sleeve. Professional biases are the same in that it shows your cards and allows the competitor, co-worker, or opposing counsel (I want to be a lawyer), to play to those biases and take you down! I also feel that if someone has to work to figure me out, they begin to understand who I am and that is a good thing! When people do not understand me, they usually don’t like me or don’t trust me very much. This is odd to me because as crazy as I have been in my life, loyalty has been a huge part of my personality. If people have to work to get to know me professionally, they become entangled, and vulnerable(cut throat, I know)! On a lighter note, I don’t like to be pigeon holed by my biases. I have many friends that are as diverse as New York City, and I want it that way. Also, I like to be open to any task or event, not limited to what I
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2010 for the course AAA 090 taught by Professor Susan during the Summer '09 term at Front Range Community College.

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