The right advice at the right moment can save an incredible amount of time, effort, and disappointment. I’ve had the privilege of working with smart and talented people, many of whom have been generous with words of wisdom. Insights What I didn’t realize early on was that much of this advice was actually bad. It’s not the obviously bad advice that’s problematic. Rather, the most dangerous advice is the kind that sounds good. Advice like that can make a difficult situation worse, a hard job even harder. Here, I share my top three examples of bad advice and…
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