June 27, 2022

They’re a 10 but…

Let’s be honest—is that foundation really a 10, or do you just need the grant?

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If you’re on social media you’ve probably seen the latest meme trend—“She’s a 10 but”—in which people share one quality which would lower someone’s ‘rating’ from a 10/10. Here, we decided to do a social impact version of the same (because, of course).

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Text that says "they're a 10 but they don't have their FCRA approval"

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Text that says "they're a 10 but their hiring process takes four months minimum"

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Text that says "they're a 10 but they want to get an MBA and cross over to consulting"

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Text that says "they're a 10 but they send WhatsApp messages instead of emails, in a professional setting"

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Text that says "they're a 10 but they use words like ubiquitous and ennui in everyday conversation"

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Text that says "they're a 10 but they think using metal straws is going to save us from ecosystem collapse"

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Text that says "they're a 10 but they believe all social impact professionals should work for passion, not pay"

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Text that says "they're a 10 but they always try to set up hour long meetings when one detailed email would suffice"
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