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My Co-Workers Are Smart

1 MINUTE READ | February 17, 2015

My Co-Workers Are Smart

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Jacob Herman

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I have the privilege of spending my work days surrounded by a vast number of uniquely talented individuals. The intellectual horsepower of my co-workers is astonishing. If I don’t know how to do something, I guarantee that one of the other 59 people I work with will.

Co-workers can be your most valuable resource. Here are 3 pieces of advice that have served me well over the years:

1. Know your co-workers’ skillsThe sooner you learn your co-workers skills the better.

2. Let your skills be knownWhat do your co-workers need that your skills can provide.

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