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Exactly, Amy. And I hadn't consciously realized that I was even applying a stereotype until he disproved it. Which made me expand my view to other Millennials I know - who also dispel the myths - and saw just how sweeping some of these generalizations are. Thanks for your comment!

1 year, 11 months ago on 4 Surprising Lessons Learned From A Millennial Boss – Guest Post via @MichelleAgner

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Loved this, Becky. Funny how the most powerful words in business are just as powerful in all areas of life. Especially #6 & #12! 

2 years, 7 months ago on 12 Most Powerful Words in Business

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A very enjoyable read, Dr. Crosby! A quick keyword analysis indicates there are a multitude of folks looking for info on how to "pass" assessments. Your point that every personality trait has strengths and weaknesses is quite accurate. "Successfully" gaming the assessments could inadvertently put a candidate out of the running!

2 years, 7 months ago on An Open Letter to Someone Taking an Employment Assessment

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I really like the "cluttered canvas" perspective, Srinivas! And Ameena's comment is golden. Thanks for writing this post - I enjoyed it!

2 years, 7 months ago on Where You've Been Isn't as Important As Where You're Going

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Thanks for the clarity, Chris. Great analogy. Made me realize that I gravitate toward the feathers due to ease of completion, and that some focus on bricks is clearly in order. Thanks again!

2 years, 8 months ago on Planning Your Content Marketing: Bricks vs. Feathers

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Having spent a few years in the past with a firm that only had ever-changing tactics (no principles, strategies, or practices), I have great appreciation for your message here, Ted. Thanks for the clarity.

2 years, 8 months ago on This Trumps Strategy. You Need More of This.

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All good points. I value my college education, despite its shortcomings, but as an in-state student with a parent who worked at the University, I only paid about $10k for my degree. A value, even then, unlike today's rates. As I contemplate my 9 year-old's eventual path, I'm uncertain what will serve her best. I like the statement about college being a service industry. So true!

2 years, 8 months ago on Why School Doesn't Prepare You for Life

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