A column originally published on inc.com was reprinted by Time. It shared some life advice told by a father to his son. I especially liked #16:
For many years, my father had the same, excellent secretary. He taught me long ago that even during the times when you’re working by yourself, you have to be willing to depend on others for help. The most productive people in the world often succeed because they refuse to do some things.
I couldn’t agree more with that statement. I could never maintain my websites and help my students to reach their goals if it wasn’t for the great people that surround me.
Get a team – and then get working.
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