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We should all be so smart as millennials

I was once a millennial. The year was 1980. I’d just graduated from college and was working my first job as an Admissions counselor for my alma mater. The job involved driving more than 1500 miles a week to recruit … Continue reading

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Does it really matter how old you are?

You’re alive. That’s what counts first and foremost in your contributions and accomplishments as a person. Beyond that, everything else is a perception imposed on you by other people who are alive, and who might not appreciate your contributions and … Continue reading

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