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Guilt By Association Is Alive and Well

As much as we’d like to believe we are solely evaluated by our words and deeds, it’s not always the case.  Often others develop a perception of us based upon the people we hang out with. Here’s a true story. Years ago, a very smart, capable colleague of mine was trying to be selected for [...] Related Posts: Looks like this is pretty unique stuff!
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