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August 04, 2008


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Isn't it crazy when you try so hard, and come so far but in the end it doesn't seem to matter?

I really liked the way you challenged your interns though and made them realize that work is not about being friends and having lunch together every day. Comraderie is such a wonderful excuse to not do your hardest but to simply stay complacent with what the crowd is doing; staying out of the radar. It's much easier to find a common ground and go with it but in the corporate world, your differences are what matter most.


I think that's a fantastic idea. In addition to fueling healthy competition, I think that feedback from peers can be incredibly useful since they often spend more time in direct contact with you than your superiors. Well done!

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