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Put your ego aside—withholding feedback shortchanges both you and the recipient.
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Not paying attention in a meeting is arrogant.
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Create an "automatic time investment" to ensure you get done all the things you need to move forward.
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There is more than one great mentor out there waiting for you. In fact, there are plenty right in front of you, and they've been here the whole time.
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