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Cringeworthy LinkedIn posts

Let's comment some of our favorite cringeworthy LinkedIn posts. Here are some of mine:

  1. "Humbled and honored to announce that I have accepted an offer at company x..."
  2. "Had a transformative experience attending company x's two-day leadership program..."
  3. "Honored to receive a full time offer from..."

P.S. I'm not a salty guy or anything. I just find some of these LinkedIn posts to be extremely cringeworthy. I've attended multiple diversity programs with different firms this year and I find it laughable that after spending 2 or 3 days doing some BS stuff, a lot of people will go on LinkedIn to post about how the experience was extremely transformative and life changing. Like come on. All we did was receive presentations about the company and some "professional development" sessions. But whatever. Each to his own.

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Aug 18, 2019

Expected Incoming investment banking summer Analyst at firm XYZ

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Aug 18, 2019

Saw a girl put "Incoming 2020 Summer Analyst at William Blair" in her profile. Guess the title will be there for a year.

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Aug 19, 2019

I saw a guy do this in May, before his 2019 internship on his timeline.

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Aug 19, 2019

Expected means the person hasn't even received an offer yet tho...

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Aug 24, 2019

Next year: Outgoing 2021 Summer Analyst at William Blair.

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Sep 17, 2019

Even better than expected-

DESTINED IB Analyst

Aug 18, 2019

I'm with you man! The worst is the long, obviously untrue stories that end with "Agree?"

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Aug 24, 2019

I thought I was the only one!!! They drive me nuts!

Funniest
Aug 18, 2019

These dudes are fucking cancerous

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Aug 18, 2019

Thanks I think got cancer from reading that.

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Aug 18, 2019

After this short break, we have more on shit that did not happen!

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Aug 18, 2019

Unless your name is vincenzo or graduated from rutgers there is no one who wears a obnoxious gucci belt with a suit

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Aug 18, 2019

omg!

Aug 18, 2019

Wow. If I see this on my feed I'm deleting my account.

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Aug 19, 2019

"LOVE this!"

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Aug 21, 2019

I'll take "Shit that never happened for 500," Bryan

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Aug 27, 2019

What lesson am I supposed to learn just pull out my Dubai First Royale "gold" credit card first and don't pay for anyone else.

Aug 27, 2019

Well yeah.... it's literally mandatory to have one in order to get the job

Sep 17, 2019

It's even worse when you try to play out the whole scenario in your head,

With the guy apparently SMILING and pulling out his GOLD credit card for everyone to see

Sep 17, 2019

You hate to see it

Aug 18, 2019

Those people who put every single 2 day diversity program they did as a job on LinkedIn so they keep showing up in searches. I was looking for alums in various banks and this one kid who's a rising junior kept appearing as having worked at GS, MS, JPM, BAML, and others. Clicked his profile and he did a bunch of BS leadership seminars but put every single one as a job on LinkedIn with a multi-paragraph description of each.

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Aug 18, 2019

I hate that so much! Like honestly. These guys will put up these bs 2 day programs as jobs and will come up as employees at the company.

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Aug 20, 2019

I think know exactly who you're talking about...TB?

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Aug 22, 2019

He's one of the most notorious.

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Aug 18, 2019

OP I legit unfollow any one that either posts something like this or siphons shit like this into my feed by liking it.

Something else that drives me crazy is ppl that just like a news story or article because it popped up in their feed. I've seen a few articles running for two years now. Especially this one about "GM having a female CEO and female CFO" with this stupid picture of their CFO. It is two years old and it pops up in my feed all the time still.

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Aug 18, 2019

That story about not needing an excuse to work from home shows up pretty much every week in my feed. Feels like everyone just keeps on sharing it or plagiarizing it for themselves.

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Aug 19, 2019

Hahah that shit also keep showing up on mine!! Like. Almost. Every. God damn. Day.

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Aug 19, 2019

I would be mortified if I became CEO or CFO and it was even mentioned that I was a woman, let alone celebrated. Its weak, it's a weak move. That law in California mandated that a female be on the board? I promise you, women do not look out for other women. All of the sudden they think they're Navy Seals. I would never want to work for a company like that

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Aug 19, 2019

that legit pops up in mine once a week

Aug 22, 2019

I've been reading about Iceland having made it illegal to pay women less than men now for about 3 years I think.

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Aug 22, 2019

Same! With some annoying picture of a woman with the flag painted on her cheeks

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Aug 18, 2019

Content Creator/Finance Blogger at WallStreetOasis.com

Love WSO, but how the fuck do kids not realize how stupid and embarrassing it is to put this on LinkedIn?

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Aug 18, 2019

As a head title or part of the profile ?

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Aug 18, 2019

Either.

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Aug 19, 2019

Had to check this out for myself to see if it was widespread and WOW. My favorites so far that I've seen are Senior Contributing Author and another that mentions that they conduct financial research to write daily articles that get between 2,000 and 5,000 views. If I were to ever see this on a resume it would be a DING!

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Aug 19, 2019

The only people who are technically supposed to be using the Senior Contributing Author line are finance professionals who either write the super long informative posts or do the podcasts.

Aug 20, 2019

would that be an auto-ding if you're screening resumes

Aug 23, 2019

Doesn't Andy run a so called 'summer blogging internship' program? I did this last summer because I had nothing better to do in my summer after first year of university. Putting the title as header is sad as fuck but as a one liner on a CV can't hurt

Aug 18, 2019

Anyone who posts about passing CFA level 1 and includes a screenshot of the email

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Aug 18, 2019

Coming from a recent Level I passer - agreed.

"The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step"

Maybe I led you to believe that this was a God given gift and not something I worked for, every single day of my life.

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Aug 18, 2019

So I'm not gonna defend this cringe posts, as I agree LinkedIn is painfully commoditized for a professional social network. However, just playing advocate a lot of times in this age of diversity - and ranges of schools that are sending people to Wall Street, you're getting kids whose diversity days, full time offers, and internships are a first for them in their family, or maybe a big stride relative to their peers, or a rebrand for themselves perhaps. I see where it's cringe, and I don't do it myself, but if someone's prideful of an achievement well I guess it's not all that bad. We've all seen infinitely worse on social media. Some of the "motivational" posts like the one about the guy in sweats paying and lots of recruitment posts about candidates and stuff are completely nonsense though I agree.

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Aug 18, 2019

I get you. That makes total sense. I just wanted to add that I myself am a minority, first gen, parents are unemployed but I still don't do that. I guess it's just personal preference.

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Aug 18, 2019

Kid from undergrad who is now at a Big 4 is notorious for these. Had a good one this week. I get a notification on Friday:

"Congratulate (Name) for being promoted to New England Managing Partner Advisory Committee: Representative for the Boston Tax Function of (Company Name)."

This Director came back with:

"Way to use fancy words to announce you joined the group that decides on snacks for busy season."

Murdered. Looks like he took it down.

Maybe I led you to believe that this was a God given gift and not something I worked for, every single day of my life.

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Aug 19, 2019

Damn that man just beheaded that fucking kid

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Aug 19, 2019

It was a girl - Director at Big 4

Maybe I led you to believe that this was a God given gift and not something I worked for, every single day of my life.

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Aug 18, 2019

Great wholesome Sunday post. Linkedin Flex on Instagram is a great spot for a laugh if needed

Maybe I led you to believe that this was a God given gift and not something I worked for, every single day of my life.

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Aug 18, 2019

The classic "end of internship" post. The vast majority of these posts that clog my feed every August come from the internship programs that you know for a fact are bogus, yet the posters claim that their experience was "transformative" and "enlightening." They also talk about the "unique company culture." Ugh

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Aug 18, 2019

Agreed . Kids are basically kissing up to their supervisors with so many bogus compliments that are obvious parroted remarks.

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Aug 20, 2019

These are especially hilarious considering that nobody will remember the interns' names within a few weeks.

Aug 21, 2019

Bogus or not they are extra annoying. I don't understand the thought process behind these posts. You got the internship and frankly that's the only thing anyone cares about. Put it on your resume, list it on your LinkedIn and move tf on.

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Aug 18, 2019

The motivational stories/posts drive me nuts. Especially given most are reposts full of blatent lies...

Aug 18, 2019

When is a LinkedIn post not cringeworthy?

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Aug 19, 2019

Nailed it. Just update your job title and move on with your life!

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Aug 20, 2019

Yeah some people are so cringe on Link that I barely us it now. Like one guy was bragging how his profile has been viewed over 30x in one week. Like OK, do you want a cookie or something?

Greed is Good!

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Aug 19, 2019

I just had dinner at Dorsia with my boss Patrick Bateman. He has made my summer internship in the M&A department at Pierce and Pierce so much fun. From discussing Huey Lewis and the News or Whitney Houston, Patrick has been more than just a mentor in the world of finance but has introduced to an eclectic variety of new music. I am so lucky to have a boss like Patrick! #shareyourstory

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Aug 19, 2019

Many do not understand that not every story is worth sharing

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Aug 19, 2019

SB - Those with the best stories tell them selectively and to small groups of people. Good advice for LinkedIn and life in general.

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Aug 19, 2019

This one time I ate a cracker, and it fell to the ground; I picked it up and looked at it. It looked funny, but I didn't know why. Then someone came over, looked at it, and then back at me. He said goddamn I didn't know you were twins! And to think that my dad said that at the Superbowl in front of all of those people and Tom Brady watching... I'm not even white; I'm like kind of peach-colored if I'm being realistic. I hope that you all take the lesson from this story, which is that you shouldn't lie to your grandparents.

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Aug 19, 2019

You are really the GOAT Spike, every post i've seen you comment on either makes me hate my life for being dumb or make me laugh.

tom brady

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Aug 20, 2019

I think it was Oscar Wilde who said "Everyone has a novel in them, and for most people, that's exactly where it should stay." Same logic with LinkedIn posts.

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Aug 19, 2019

Has anyone else been seeing a lot of these: "I am truly honored to have been selected as a scholar of the Forbes under 30 summit in Detroit. This summit aims to bring together brilliant young leaders, founders and creators for a life-changing four days of connecting, learning, teaching and building. I can't wait to network with other scholars and the great young minds that are transforming our society. "

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Aug 19, 2019

The worst part about this is that it isn't selective at all. All that being a Forbes 30 Under 30 Scholar means is that you get a discounted rate to the event. Kind of sad that such an achievement is blown so drastically out of proportion.

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Aug 19, 2019

lmao. I had no idea that was the case.

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Aug 20, 2019

Lol is this actually what is mean? So they are essentially bragging about getting the equivalent of early bird pricing on a conference in Detroit. That's amazing.

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Aug 20, 2019

Where are you getting this information? Forbes Under 30 receives thousands of applications with resumes/cover letters etc and only accepts 1000 scholars nationally. Once selected, you THEN get a discounted rate. Not that the process is crazy selective but definitely not comparable to an early bird ticket lmao.

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Aug 19, 2019

Oh! You wish you were in India. Every few months, your feed would get flooded with absolute morons going:

"With God's grace and my parents' blessings, I have cleared CFA Level 1/2/3/4/5/6/88/ CA/CPA/MBA/WTF. Invariably followed by - I am now looking for jobs in investment banking, equity research, transaction advisory, private equity - in short anything under the moon that says 'finance'. If you have any recommendations, please pass them on to me. If not, please like and share this post, so it reaches out to the right people."

These blithering idiots beg with such ignorance that it boils my blood to the last drop. I have even received private messages stating - My brother has cleared enter your favorite certification's name that states you can slog for anywhere between 300-1000 hours and is looking for a job. Please hlp. Thnx in advance.

Honestly, if I had the time and resources, I would personally blacklist each of these individuals and make sure I never get involved with any of 'em in my entire life. Except, obviously, if they have reached the C-level of a publicly listed company; in which case, it would be my honor to short their stock.

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Aug 20, 2019

I saw one of those type of posts on my feed once because an exchange student from India at my school liked it. I nearly short circuited. Absolutely horrendous.

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Aug 19, 2019

When people that are part of the "XYZ Case Society" put "Professional Case Solver at XYZ Case Society" on their profile.

Please kill yourself.

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Aug 19, 2019

Update on feed "John Smith started education at Harvard"

clicks profile

Harvard Extension School

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Aug 20, 2019

There should be law against that. I am so tired of people honey dicking with their online courses and executive programs from Harvard.

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Aug 20, 2019

Saw this kid with Student at Harvard University in her headline once, turned out she was at the extension school, except for she wasn't even yet, because school hadn't even started (saw this in June, I guess harvard starts in Aug/Sep)

Ditto on all the kids who put HBS peek weekend in their education as Harvard Business School

Aug 23, 2019

@Secyh62, I was told HES graduates there will get the same harvard degree. I guess this is why this John listed on his file. BTW, anything related to Harvard immediately gets a premium in China...

Aug 19, 2019

Seeing someone make CFA part of their name.

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Aug 19, 2019

Isnt it an actual title though if you get it?

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Aug 19, 2019

I don't know. Who decides what is and isn't a title?

I think its mostly pretty weird when people take their credential promotion to such an extreme degree that it changes what they call themselves. If you're a doctor (like a real doctor, not a PhD), then fine, but only because its so normal to do. Even then I think if I was a doc I'd skip it.

If you're not a doc its just weird to me. Esquire, CFA . . come on now with that shit. Unless you're out there saving lives I think a good old fashioned first and last name is the way to be.

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Aug 19, 2019

What I have noticed is that the people who put "John Doe, MBA" almost exclusively went to unrecognizable MBA programs. Have yet to come across a H/S/W grad with MBA in their title.

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Aug 20, 2019

Yep. Same goes for other certs too. The lawyer in the cheap suit at the cocktail party who's trying to give you his business card so he can draft your will; he has Esq after his name. The partner at Cravath does not.

Growing up a lot of my friends dads were docs or dentists. One of them stood out because he was one of the top heart surgeons around. He had Saudi oil guys and other VIPs flying in from all over the world to see him. The hospital had a permanent 'parking spot' at the local private airport for his patients. No coincidence that he was also the only one among these docs to introduce himself by his first name instead of Dr. ____.

If you need to tell people about your educational credentials, its just another way of telling them you haven't made it yet.

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Aug 20, 2019

Very true.

Aug 21, 2019

Legit just saw someone's linkedin, and it has his title and "Passed Level III CFA Exam"

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Aug 21, 2019

Hilarious that someone throws MS at you for stating a simple fact. Hell hath no fury like a CFA scorned.

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Aug 19, 2019

90%+ of the stuff posted on Linkedin makes me cringe.

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Aug 19, 2019

I have mixed feelings about LinkedIn flexes because my hunch is that recruiters/headhunters processes those flexes differently than us. From what I've seen, the more you show off the more likely these recruiters will reach out to you for relevant positions vs a profile with only a job title and picture, especially for those in non-brand names or ambiguous titles.

My viewpoint on "incoming X BB position" also completely shifted when I saw a kid get poached for a PE analyst job because of it so...

Also another sour truth in the consumer space: Instagram influencers actually DO dominate consumer decision making today. It's one of the few avenues if used correctly that brands can cost effectively acquire customers. In other words, flexing and clout has transitioned from an insecure joke to material impact.

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Aug 19, 2019

You bring up a good point about Instagram, but if anything, I think the idea of LinkedIn bragging actually works in reverse. In many name brand firms across industries, the top poaching companies don't have recruiters look on LinkedIn, they have them contact the companies for lists of their analyst classes and then email them directly. This allows both parties to guarantee the quality of the other side.

In consulting at least, many of the post-undergrad analysts/associates are poached by the clients they've interacted with, not by some rando on LinkedIn contacting them

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Aug 24, 2019

Recruiters use keywords for searches. If you do not male the first 3 pages that come up your LInkedIn profile will never be looked at.

Aug 19, 2019

Pretty sure we can categorize the content into different groups based on factors like cringe level and overdone language:

The "Meh okay, I get why they're sharing even if I don't agree with it":

  • Job title says "Incoming Investment Banking Restructuring Analyst at PJT"
  • Posts that they are "Honored to announce I'll be joining Blackrock in their (insert macro strategy group) as a new Business Analyst....who would have thought (insert inspiring circumstance like disease/immigrant/underrepresented status) would manage to get here. Everyone follow your dreams!"

The "Okay, you're reaching here buddy, please stop":

  • Job description *under name in searches *says "McKinsey & Company Diversity Event Attendee"
  • Posts incessant somewhat helpful articles about how to maximize productivity or get better at sales

The "Oh my god, you're the reason why LinkedIn is starting to turn into Instagram for type A people"

  • Job title states they are a "Creative Visionary" and their summary uses third person to state "Jason hopes to be the most interesting man you will ever meet"
  • They post at least 3 times a day with "motivational" articles that don't seem to motivate them to get off LinkedIn and do their own jobs
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Aug 20, 2019

These are all cringe smh, LinkedIn has become the new facebook.

Aug 27, 2019

It's heading in that direction. I'm thinking they might successfully nip it in the bud though. Intentionally or not, they did something pretty smart by starting out as a quiet, boring network for job stuff. Now everyone's built stronger linkedin networks including future clients/employers, and this limits their ability to act like a tool on LinkedIn. Some still do it of course, but many are more cautious.

Aug 19, 2019

Job title "Philanthropist"

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Aug 19, 2019

"Founder, President, Chairman, CEO - Crackpot startup idea with 0 employees"

Aug 19, 2019

Any title with the word "Ninja" in it

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Aug 19, 2019

ninja, guru, thought leader, provocateur, "mba",

WSO's COO (Chief Operating Orangutan) | My Linkedin

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Aug 23, 2019

Don't forget to throw the heavily overused "entrepreneur" in that bunch

Aug 19, 2019

Unless you at a subway as your first job and that was your actual title

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Aug 19, 2019

I also like: "brand ambassador" .. "Problem Solver" .. "Cultural Consultant"

Aug 19, 2019

"Dream un-locker"
very common among NWM..

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Aug 19, 2019

Yo I can not un cringe

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Aug 21, 2019

Hahahaha .. dream unlocker ... that's pretty boss

Aug 27, 2019

I actually saw someone put CED in their title. Chief Executive Dreamer.

There's no nobility in poverty.

Aug 19, 2019

John Doe, MBA,CFA,CPA,CA,

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Aug 19, 2019

I work in a sales role and my LinkedIn feed is out of control. This is the first post I saw after reading this thread.

A rep who was struggling told me they were "Trying their best"

I asked back. "Are you sure it's your best or just hardest?"

They said back "My best"

I asked "Can I challenge you and see?"

Rep: "yes"

So I asked the following questions.

Are you hitting X emails per day?
Are you practicing daily?
Are you reviewing your calls?
Are you hitting your dial metrics daily?
Are you loading X leads into your cadence per day?
Are you seeking out help from management?
Are all leads getting 7-8 touches?

Sadly most came back with ashamed "no's"

KD: Can you do these things at your best?

Rep: Yes I can, and I will.

KD: Nice, make it happen.

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There is a big difference between your Hardest and your Best

That's why you'll rarely hear me talk about reps 'working harder'

It's almost impossible to truly call someone out for work ethic because it's all a feeling.

Everyone FEELS like they are working hard, but aren't close to their best.

Just telling someone to work harder is lazy leadership.

Making them their best is what a great leader does.

Here is my challenge to you -

Define what you at your BEST would do..

Pick one of those things you're not doing.

And start.

For extra accountability, put what it is in the comments!

PS - This rep has already turned it around!

Aug 20, 2019

Ironic.

Aug 23, 2019

You had me at "rep"

Aug 19, 2019

Leading International Open Networkers (LION), LION Network or 500+ Connections Group LION (LI Open Networkers), Capped out 30k connections. New account!

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Aug 19, 2019

This prick I worked for (a total of 5 days before I realised he was a bull shitting scum bag) - posts never ending posts about himself, how his employees work all night long, videos of himself and leadership etc... Also what you need to do to sell etc... Basically an obnoxious moron.
Background on him: had left my job and had 5 months to burn before my MBA - he had a well funded startup and was launching in the UK. The guy was a fucking joke, a bull shitter and always trying to get some poor unsuspecting investment banker or consultant to quite their jobs to join him. I took one look at glassdoor and realised they were complete crooks in Asia and just left. I had to threaten to take them to court as they wouldn't pay for my week of work. Scum bags.

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Aug 19, 2019

I think a simple title update to "Incoming [Position] at [Firm]" is actually ok, considering headhunters have been really ramping up buy-side recruitment. Anything more very easily becomes cringeworthy

Aug 23, 2019

Agreed. I know this is a point of contention on this forum every damn day, but I think there's nothing wrong with having "incoming X at Y" as a position, but I would turn off the "update" option when adding it to your profile. I think it's obnoxious if everyone in your network gets a notification that you're an incoming something, but merely having it on your profile as a position is completely benign and it's ridiculous that people complain about it given how normal it has become in the past 2-3 years.

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Aug 19, 2019

Literally just read this:

"What a great feeling to have passed probation at a place where you want to be working!"

What next?

Aug 19, 2019

College students sharing what their opinions on interest rates are or providing any sort of investment advice.

"NOW IS NOT THE TIME TO INVEST IN BONDS"

"Work ethic, work ethic" - Vince Vaughn
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Aug 19, 2019

People who have obvious back office roles but find a way to work the word "analyst" into their titles.

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Aug 20, 2019

maybe their title is actually analyst, lol

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Aug 20, 2019
famejranc:

maybe their title is actually analyst, lol

Compliance analyst

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Aug 20, 2019

Assume you're referencing the people who just put "Analyst at Goldman Sachs" on their LinkedIn? I would agree that this is misleading and intentionally vague. I know people who put this and get 100s of likes on their new job update because everyone outside of the IB world believes that it is an IB or more prestigious position. Kind of obnoxious.

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Aug 20, 2019

aaaand it turned out to be ops true story

Aug 23, 2019

Are you talking about 40K back office Analyst in GS's Dallas office?

Aug 20, 2019

I have to make a confession.

I can't stand LinkedIn posts that use this format.

Why can't you just write in a paragraph?

It's almost as bad as when I see a lot of vertical bars in job titles, e.g. "Innovation | Digital | Crypto | Influencer." Who thinks this looks good?

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Aug 20, 2019
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Aug 20, 2019

rang

Aug 24, 2019

Do some research on LinkedIn profile optimization but only after you actually have 10-15 years of experience and have a profile worth looking at.

Aug 20, 2019

I'm getting a flood of posts about passing CFA. I'm a CFA charterholder myself and I'd like to tell them to simply fuck off.

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Aug 20, 2019

Influencer/Visionary/Techie/Pioneer/Connector/Serial Entrepreneur/Crypto Investor/Mentor

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Aug 23, 2019

Love how you put Crypto Investor along with those others. So true! The Influencer/Visionary stuff grates my cheese

Aug 20, 2019

If your self-described tag says "visionary" or "highly professional" then you are neither, and I'm not approving the connection.

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Aug 20, 2019

Just saw this. Gag

https://imgur.com/QlVn1PF

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Aug 21, 2019

you can post the imagine inline.
It's awful.
It reads like a bad Academy Awards acceptance speech.
Painful.

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Aug 20, 2019

"Bank ABC Case Study Analyst"

Aug 21, 2019

"I am proud to have had the privilege of studying the course Cross Cultural Management in the past semester. This course helped me to learn the virtues of working in diverse groups. I am thrilled to see how I can contribute towards making diverse groups more efficient and successful in my future endeavours."

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Aug 21, 2019

Okay...

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Aug 21, 2019

Best thread Evrrr!!!!

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Aug 21, 2019

"I am so proud and honored to have graduated with a 4.0 in women's gender and sexuality studies in 2019. Thank you to all of my professors, family, and friends!" Please. Like that major was tough.

Timing Is Everything.

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Aug 23, 2019

The guy clearly hasn't read his ethics section then...

Aug 30, 2019

lmao im getting a kick out of the linkedin twitter account

Aug 22, 2019

People passing their CFA level 1 exams and putting a 350 words essay about their "journey".

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Aug 23, 2019

Thanking their "mentors" and friends and family for all their "support"...bitch you studied for a test, yes it's a time commitment but they talk about it like they joined the army and went into combat.

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Aug 22, 2019

There was this girl in my feed who added "BSc, MSc" after her last name after graduating from her marketing course

Superior returns guaranteed

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Aug 22, 2019
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There's no nobility in poverty.

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Timing Is Everything.

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