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World-Class Readers

Business, Pleasure, or Both?
Business, Pleasure, or Both?

Most of you know I love social media and actively (meaning daily) use the big guns – LinkedIn, Twitter, You Tube, Blogs, Facebook, etc.

LinkedIn has many uses besides posting a plain vanilla resume.  It can be used as a micro-blog platform too.

Well, yesterday I received a LinkedIn reply from someone who’s parents instilled in them, as young children, to read a book a week.

Reading a book a month separates casual readers from serious readers.

Reading a book a week separates the serious readers from the world-class readers.

World-class, of course, is in a class by itself.

I know this from personal experience, but not in the category labeled reading.

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Cheesy MBAs

Cheesy MBA's
Cheesy MBA's

If you read this blog’s comments, you’ll know that we have recently come to the finish line with our MBA discussion.

An MBA by itself is worthless.

The effort to successfully receive it, priceless.

But overwhelmingly, it’s the unrealistic expectations people have about what an MBA delivers that are dangerous.

Mike Reardon and Bob Stewart shared another insight in their comments – the degree doesn’t catapult your career, but it does serve as an indicator for a person’s determination and drive.

And there is no denying that an MBA is a life-changing challenge and major accomplishment.

Now, just wanted to go on the record: Blogging is overrated.

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Business Jargon VSE?

Ever heard this one – VSE?

Volume solves everything.