It’s hard work being a role model

It is even harder work being an effective role model. But, if you don’t go read the full article post at Boundary Vision, you won’t get to find out that our DJ, Marie-Claire, is more than just impeccable musical taste:

Real personal doubts can make it easy to dismiss potential models as special: “I could never do that. Even though he comes from the same neighbourhood and background, he’s obviously smarter/better/luckier/more hard working.” Role models that seem too successful or too perfect are difficult to relate to even if they’ve taken a difficult road to reach their success.

Author: Josh Witten

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