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Why You Will Fail To Have A Great Career

Larry Smith is an Economics professor at the University of Waterloo.  A renowned story-teller, teacher and youth leadership champion, Larry has also coached and mentored countless numbers of students on start-up business management and career development strategies.  His greatest achievement came with the founders of Research In Motion (RIM), the company that built the foundation for the BlackBerry mobile device.  His quirky sense of humor, gritty examples and dive into your head way of speaking will no doubt cause you to think, give you pause, and cause you to re-think some of what you’ve been doing.  I hope you enjoy!

 

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I am a modern-day pirate. I travel the world and trade in today's currency, information. I sail through opportunity, comedy, history and strategy to turn turbulent into tournament, chaotic into cathartic, and embarrassing into emboldening. There are none who should fear me save two: Those who have what I want and those who get in my way. Are you done sailing your calm waters with strong undertow? Have you your fill of empty treasure and oasis destinations? Well good...come and join my crew! We're a lively lot from all over the world but be forewarned...anyone attempting to drop anchor will be thrown overboard, shot, harpooned and then marooned on an isle of cannibals. We move on! If you are ready...welcome aboard the Carpe Bootium!

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One thought on “Why You Will Fail To Have A Great Career

  1. Great way to revitalize a sagging business! Thanks for this link.

    Posted by Linda Gillis' Daily Meditation Moment | April 14, 2012, 2:15 PM

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