If you had gone to school in the 1800s, you would have learned important skills... like penmanship. Good penmanship required concentration, attention to detail, and many hours of practice; it indicated that you were cultured, educated, and serious about what you had to say. It spoke to our ability to [More]
Before we begin our careers, we typically spend a number of years in school. We then get hired in progressively more challenging jobs, earning the experience required for success. At any point in time, our unique experiences (and education, and upbringing) give us the ability to solve a specific type [More]
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