Your childhood friends will most likely go on to become those same valuable influences. “It’s all about who you know.” 10–20–30 years down the line, it’s a whole lot easier to reach out to an 8th grade classmate of yours, who is now the CEO of this or the President of that.
The Brutal Truth About Growing Up In The Top 1%
Nicolas Cole

When a childhood or teenage friend is a valuable influence, I go wibbly wobbly. Like there’s this friend of mine who is a communications manager at an automobile company.

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