You’ve likely noticed that organizational charts, whether flat or vertical, are triangles, narrowing at the top. If you squint and tilt your head sideways you can almost juxtapose a bell curve over the top.
The benefit of interviewing exceptional people is that I get to borrow parts and pieces of those conversations and institutionalize them in future work. Interviewing Bob Morse of Oak Hill Capital Partners made me realize the multiplying effect of that benefit.
As a whole, society tends to treat employment changes like an infection. The closer you are to it the more likely you are to be affected. Yet change is not only inevitable, change is growth. Those who don’t grow, well, Darwinism takes its course.
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