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Mom Was Right After All
So it turns out mom really does know a thing or two. All the advice she gave you again and again is coming in handy, even in your professional life. We decided to take a moment to look at mom's advice in a new light.
Some of the lessons we learned as kids are just as instructive today as they were on the playground.
Maybe your mom worked while you were growing up, maybe she didn't. But it turns out that she knows a lot more about succeeding on the job than most of us give her credit for. Some of the lessons we learned as kids are just as instructive today as they were on the playground.
Don't work too hard
Get plenty of rest
If you don't have anything nice to say
Don't burn your bridges
Those are only some of the wise pieces of advice your mother probably gave you. Here, for better or for worse, are other words of wisdom that are worth repeating...again.
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