Jul 4, 2013
And if you still can't stomach bragging, try this entry-level idea, adapted from Klaus*: keep a list of your accomplishments for yourself. That way, they'll stay near the front of your mind, and next time you're in the lift with the chief executive, a few may unobtrusively leak out. No obnoxiousness required.
* Peggy Klaus: Brag! The Art Of Tooting Your Own Horn Without Blowing It (2003)
— (via This column will change your life: bragging rights and wrongs | Life and style | The Guardian)