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Chaos Incorporated: A Story of Trying to Manage the Unmanageable

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A man I’ve learned a lot from is a family member and former employer of mine. He is a great person, was a great salesman and equally good at doing the jobs he sold. But he wasn’t great at running a company. His organization and time management skills were terrible. He made decisions out of loyalty, love, and ego rather than common sense and logic.

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