When I was in high school, I created a fake business card that said, "Elliott Bell, Star Quarterback." I thought it would be impressive to hand out to girls. (It wasn't.)
This business card, on the other hand, is real. Chen Guangbiao, a Chinese businessman and philanthropist, has been handing out this little gem detailing what we assume are his self-appointed professional titles and accomplishments.
Yes, all of them.
More impressive than his career is the fact that he could actually fit everything on a tiny piece of cardstock. (Though we are curious to what "accomplishments" didn't make the cut.)
Guangbiao also happens to be interested in buying the New York Times , though, frankly, we're not sure where that line would go.
Front page photo of man handing business card courtesy of Shutterstock .
Elliott Bell is The Muse's Director of Marketing. He is a graduate of the French Culinary Institute, but opted for start-ups over 16-hour days as a line cook (for the better hours, of course). Previously, Elliott spent 6 years making Seamless.com into a nationally known brand, and 1 month as a culinary assistant on Iron Chef America. When he isn't Musing, he can be found playing tennis, making chicken stock, or understanding the meaning of rap lyrics on rapgenius.com.More from this Author