Carelessness

He’d been an intern for me for 6 months and a pretty good one at that.  He was punctual.  He stayed current on the news of the day and had an opinion that wasn’t without foundation.  He was courteous and likable and more than a few peers commented that he was, “a really good kid.”  That’s the kind of feedback you like to hear and he’d certainly earned it. Thus when, a few months after he’d completed his internship, I …

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One comment on “Carelessness

  1. Gary Stevens on said:

    Thanks for making the world a better place one column at a time. More people need to think about what they do and why they do it.

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