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One Powerful Lesson I Learned as a 27-Year-Old in the Army that Helps Me as a Writer Today

This lesson could help you manage your time better.

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As a 27-year-old, I was fortunate to sit in a room with my boss who made a comment that I have never forgotten. While sitting in a room of 20 people or so, this one lesson has tremendously helped me as a writer.




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Tom Handy

Tom Handy

An investor writing his thoughts online. 25-year Self-taught Investor & 20-year Army Veteran. As seen on Morning Brew, Money magazine 2x, and Army Times.

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