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Math, Facts and Data

Math, Facts and Data

Thursday, September 28, 2017

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    05 Nov, 2017
    Worry less about Beating & more about Succeeding
    ​Meet Steve, his goal is to win, at everything all the time. He like many others believe it is a dog eat dog world with the more effort you invest in winning the more you win. He focuses on pushing  himself to a point where it is over board in some cases. So much so that he is willing to step on others to climb the ladder. He has justification right, Corporations thrive on competition and only want winners on thier teams.  Steve is very successful, he is a Director and he achieved that success
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    28 Sep, 2017
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