A man took to social media to share how he cooked chicken using his hotel room’s coffee pot and was criticized on the internet for his efforts.
While LinkedIn is the place people go for job opportunities and professional networking, apparently it’s also a place to showcase money-saving hacks during business trips.
Alexander Cohen, a product manager at a major healthcare startup in Austin, Texas, told how he saved his company some money by cooking “a cheaper meal in the hotel room” instead of going to a restaurant, reads the LinkedIn post. , which has received nearly 1,400 responses.
“Although the hotel room didn’t have a kitchen, I managed to use the coffee machine to cook chicken with butter and garlic.”
Cohen explained that while his company allows him to pay for dinner while traveling, he wanted to save money because he knows that “every dollar counts.”
He added, “It’s the little things that get you promoted.”
Cohen also shared the photo on Twitter, captioning it, “This is my best LinkedIn post yet,” where it has garnered more than 82,000 likes.