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Pellentesque nec risus dui. Fusce sed nibh eu odio posuere semper. While still active duty, Tom wrote two books and started a boutique publishing company.
Tom is actually quite modest, which is part of the reason I like him. Social norms tend to prevent many of us from sharing our greatest achievements and best stories out of fear of alienating people who might think we are trying to show off.
But I believe there is a better way — a way you can talk about your most interesting achievements without sounding cockier than Maverick from Top Gun.
There are a number of good reasons why we should. Not talking about your accomplishments can mean less income. Those who take credit for accomplishments are the ones who are rewarded with promotions and good assignments, says Peggy Klaus, author of Brag!
When we share our stories about our accomplishments, we reveal our true selves.
It is only through revealing our true selves that we break through superficial small talk and make real connection with people, form genuine friendships, and deepen our relationships. Life is too short to keep good stories locked up in a box. It would be a shame and a lost opportunity if everyone kept their most interesting stories to themselves because of fear of being perceived as a bragger.
Here are 7 ways you can be share your most interesting experiences and stories, without sounding like you are bragging: 1. Be Grateful for Your Own Success One of the best things you can do to come off as modest is to be grateful for your own success.
I met a very successful artist recently who had been featured in dozens of national media outlets. But I think what made him so memorable without seeming like he was boasting was that he was sincerely grateful for his own success. Be Self-Deprecating Self-deprecation is a great way to defuse a perception that you are bragging. I lived in a metal container for a year, did a lot of missions and most of the time it was really boring waiting for bad things to happen to you.
I have another friend who, like Tom, also served in the military. This friend was often deployed into highly dangerous regions of the world.