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My play date with Sean Lennon.

I’m a bit more excited to meet a celebrity than your average person, like maybe a 6.5 on a scale of 10.

Unless that celebrity is in tech, because then I’m not excited even a little bit.

My friends in NYC like to introduce me as Jack Dorsey’s last boss. (That’s the name of a tech celebrity if you don’t know). And that’s true-ish, but it’s a ridiculous non-accomplishment in my book. The truth of it is that I used to be a middle manager and Jack used to be an individual contributor. So what?




Lessons & observations from a coach.

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