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Do you even have a bookshelf these days?! Or have you — sadly — gone totally digital? In a recent post, Fully baked, Seth Godin makes a point about ‘knowledge workers’ often getting to a certain point where they stop learning and act as though they know everything they need to know. The way I’d […]
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