Savannah sat at her computer, filling out the online application. Education: Which sounded more impressive, Harvard or Stanford? Work experience: Saks Fifth Avenue or Abercrombie and Fitch?
She remembered her father’s advice. “Never tell the truth when a lie will get you through the door faster.”
With a confident smile, she filled out the form and pressed “Enter”. The truth was boring. She had graduated from Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho with a degree in accounting. But Bloomingdale’s must never know that.
Her phone buzzed and she answered the call. “Hi, Dad.”
“How’s job hunting?”
“Piece of cake.”
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