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Monday, March 28, 2011

Employ your family and friends (Skills Lesson 3)

Those dearest to you may not be in the top one percent...
...on a certain competence rating (sorry to my sister, if she ever reads this!) but your family members might be the only ones who'll come to all the extra training with you, work all weekend, 16 hours at a stretch, on no pay, and still crack jokes over a glass of champagne with you when it all goes pear-shaped. And then say how much fun they had!

1 comment:

  1. Not in the top one percent? You will have to double the champagne next time I work for you. You are well on your way to becoming a comedian. I've always said you have a great sense of humour and I can hear it in your writing. Well done. You can apologize about the one percent when I see you. Love Brig.xx


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