Using this word - as in 'leveraging my experiences' - is like calling a Big Mac with fries a good meal. To leverage means 'to use', specifically with an actual lever to enable a small amount of effort to move a large weight. So 'leveraging the brand' ought to mean earning more from it than it's actually worth. But discovering how to do that is much harder than trying to impress with ugly American terminology.
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