Mindblown: a blog about philosophy.

  • Self-Reflection

    1. What am I good at? I consider my greatest strength to be my ability to read people and cooperate with others. No matter what kind of work I do, I can play a very good supporting role. What’s more, my observation of others and situations can help me make adjustments to the situation more […]

  • IPIP Results & Reactions

    Here is a rundown of how you rated on each of the IPIP-NEO’s five aspects of personality: According to the results, I am an introvert who is quiet and reserved. I like to spend my time alone or with a small group of people I care deeply about. My degree of agreeableness is around average, […]

  • Typical vs. Maximal Performance

    For me, it was a painful choice. Because the two of them would be perfect as one. In real life, however, it’s often a tough choice between Avery and Jaime. If I had to choose, I would choose Avery. Normally, I like a down-to-earth, driven person like Jaime, and I would love to be one […]

  • Critiquing a Recruitment Ad

    Talk about my brand My ability to work independently and my keen attention to detail are two of my greatest assets. I approach assignments in a highly structured and systematic manner, and I am always searching for methods to streamline procedures and enhance efficiency. I am also incredibly self-motivated and capable of working for extended […]

  • Job Descriptions

    According to the job description, a nutritional salesman at Nestle is responsible for promoting and selling nutritious products to healthcare professionals, hospitals, and other associated institutions. This responsibility may also include other business-related activities. The job description places a strong emphasis on developing relationships with influential stakeholders and educating others about the advantages of using […]

  • Experiences with Discrimination

    Would an unresolved discrimination claim change my view of the company. First, although the company is facing possible accusations of widespread racial, cultural, and personal discrimination, the fact that it is facing accusations does not mean that it is actually discriminating. In many cases, due to the consideration of commercial competition, there will be malicious […]

  • The Case for Recruitment & Selection

    Why might organizations decide to allocate more resources toward marketing or product design rather than using those same resources to do a really good job in employee recruitment and selection? To answer this question from an unprofessional perspective is because of the cheapness and uncertainty of labor costs. To be specific, even the high human […]

  • Job Application Experiences

    As a nutrition salesman, my primary responsibility is to promote and sell nutritional products to individuals. I work closely with my clients to assess their nutritional needs and recommend the appropriate products to support their health and wellness goals. To be successful in this role, I must have a strong understanding of nutrition and be […]

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