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Apple First Quarter Results

On 02/02/2012, in Equities, Investment Strategies, by Jordan Wilson

Apple released its first quarter 2012 results last week.

Interesting stuff.

Yes, the results were impressive, but that was not the most fascinating part. 

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Introverted? You Can Still Be a Leader

On 12/02/2009, in Career, Staff Management, by Jordan Wilson

Sometimes it seems that extroverts have an advantage over introverts in leadership roles. Extroverts are energized in the company of others. Friendly, outgoing, and liking to think as they talk, extroverts often come across as leaders. Introverts are the opposite. Reserved, introspective, and preferring to think rather than talk, introverts may seem to lack natural leadership skills. Because of this, introverts, who constitute between 25% and 40% of the population, may believe they are at a disadvantage in rising to leadership positions.

An article at Forbes.com may provide hope for introverts wanting a shot at the corner office. Ignoring the political editorializing on Barack Obama – if you want to be a political writer, then write about politics – the author makes some interesting points.

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