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Thursday, July 07, 2005

Career-Op: Don't. Can't. Won't

One frustrating aspect of a high-tech career is clients who ask for your advice and guidance, but, for whatever reason, never seem to heed it. In these cases, I have found 3 distinct classifications. There are those that don't listen, some who can't listen and others who, simply won't listen. While dealing with each of these 3 types has its unique challenges, it is the last one that seems to cause all the problems. If you run into clients who won't listen, your career could be in for some very difficult times.

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At 4:20 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

correct audio, wrong text.

By the way, your writing is wonderful, i love it.

At 9:46 AM, Blogger Douglas said...

Thanks for catching that. One character makes a lot of difference in the filename :( Fixed now.

Thank you for the kind words!



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