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Is it un-British to boast? 🇬🇧



It feels like we never really seem to stop and reflect on our wins or achievements in business or in life. We've begun noticing that we are constantly busy moving from a project, task or target that needs completing before that next deadline. 📚


Maybe it's deep rooted within our British culture to shy away from kudos. We both often feel hesitant about taking credit and tend not to celebrate the small victories or large successes. This usually stems from our innate fear of looking like we're 'bragging' or 'showing off'. God forbid! 😑



Is it even possible to tell friends or family members about things you’re working on without sounding like you’re full of yourself? 👀


We are taught at a young age that modesty and humility are championing characteristics and boastful comments will make you seem arrogant or even worse, narcissistic. This is NOT how you win friends and influence people. 😕


It's funny that we work so hard, but rarely do adults get opportunities to showcase our accomplishments. 🏆 The real shame is that, if people (including yourself) don’t see your true value, it’s less likely you’ll continue to develop your skills, grow and bring even more value to the table. 📉


With this in mind, we're going to do the very un-British thing and begin a new uncomfortable habit to document and share the things that make us feel proud... And today was one of them moments with our biggest order so far as @Twitter and @Sanofi returned as customers 💟 So, we decided to take a few snaps to celebrate and remember how far we've come on this journey! 🥳





Stay Curious 💭 Stay Creative 🎨🖌


NorteyPitcher 👨🏿‍🎨👩🏼‍🎨


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