/biz/ has anyone here changed their name for business?
A lot of people have shitty/hard to pronounce or just downright silly surnames and firstnames. I imagine it would be a lot easier to go with something simple to pronounce and rather generic, so you're not known as "Muhammed-alziz jubeera sheik" or whatever.
Any suggestions or recommendations for what to change to?
I just pretty much noticed my name is a little strange for most people and I don't really want to be associated with my family.
I didn't change my name to better my business persona, but let me tell you it meant a world of difference.
I was named Cecil after my grandpa. Later, in college, I did work on a TV show and had a stage name for that character. Everyone called me that off camera anyway and I eventually legally changed my name to it. I started working business admin roles and I just kept getting asked to be a presence at meetings because I had an edge, like I was the muscle of the team. Later I found jobs in management and now I'm an executive.
So yeah, there is actual sense behind this OP. Image means a lot.
Any advices you could give on some potential names that are simple yet easy to pronounce and understand?
I'm thinking something like "Nick Brown" would be a perfect name since it's simple, and completely understandable by anyone.
I'm just tired of people pronouncing my name weirdly.
Or having to spend 10 minutes spelling it out with them confusing letters over the phone or whatever.
How was the process for it all? Isn't a bit hectic dealing with changing it at the bank, post, government IDs, etc?
Because there was like 10 posts about le donald duck memes and no one is giving any suggestions here.
I mean cmon. I know this isn't about Ethereum but surely this is a relevant topic...
That was just a picture of Donald Duck, not a meme. Really, it took me 5 seconds on Google to download it to make that joke.
Has anyone else had a doctor that messed up your birth certificate and forgot to put your middle name on it? Mine did, and I might legally change it to have it corrected. Always thought I had one until my parents finally looked at it when I was 13.
This seems like it could strongly backfire.
I'm guessing benefits of being Jewish is the networking since Jewish communities are usually very tightly knit, rather than just having a circumcised penis and a Jewish surname so you get job offers for all these top firms out of nowhere.
>Slavshit name lol
>Not sure that anyone would look down on it necessarily but still.
Um, because words are supposed to have vowels in them periodically, not be a mash-up of hard consonants with random c's, z's, and h's thrown in for length.
Did exactly that.
I had a sand nigger name but never had any imaginary friends in the sky.
Early on when I started my business, I changed my name to an English name & my business been growing ever since.
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