"We want to be nice all of the time, whether at home or at work," writes Amy Keyishian for Forbes, but being too nice at work can be a problem. She lays out nine strategies for overcoming "niceness" in the workplace, including projecting confidence when you feel insecure and invoicing all of your billable hours.
Are you too nice?
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