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Remember when you or someone you knew was the new kid on the block or just transferred to a new school in the middle of the year and had to scramble to fit in, while everyone had already made a bunch of connections?

Has there ever been a time that you have gone to a foreign country and done something without being privy to all the social mores, leading to you receiving some wild glances?

Maybe there was a time when you got a job in a completely different career field, and had to adapt to a new office environment totally different from your old one.

Regardless, there's something to be said about being the only one in the room.

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