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…killing Caesar


How much time do you spend on politics (assuming you are not a politician)? If you had to actually think before responding…it is too much. One of the foundational aspects of interpersonal relationships is trust and one of the core components of trust is to be transparent in disclosing one’s position. All too often, projects and relationships tend to crumble due to individuals’ desire to advance in one form or another at the expense of someone else. Human nature and many professional fields encourage competition and consistently preach to individuals, as well as teams – stand-out.

It is entirely possible to stand-out without leaving behind a trail of slighted team members, friends and colleagues. I am not advocating for a an overly indulgent posture or ignoring basic human principles – just a contextual awareness of how ones actions influence others’ reactions.

…make wise choices.

-sk

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