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Grammar pedants: you’re helping less than you think
It seems to happen at least once a week. Usually it’s in my Twitter feed or on Facebook. Occasionally it’s on LinkedIn. Regardless, I rarely make it through to Friday without someone promoting a post on embarrassing grammar mistakes. ‘Seven grammar gaffes that could ruin your career,’ screams one. ‘Thirty grammar mistakes writers should avoid,’ […]
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‘What people don’t realise,’ Nick said, ‘is that I’m just like them. I get tired. I worry about stuff. I think maybe I should get to the gym more. And I have too much on my plate. I’m not superhuman.’ Nick is the European COO of a company that employs 130,000 people. He’s 46, and […]
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One of the great pleasures of my job is that I frequently get a chance to talk to people who really are at the top of their game. Over the last 18 years, my colleagues and I have worked with over 40,000 people. And among them have been many industry leaders who have built seriously […]
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