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Strivers seek out constructive criticism on the job, viewing it as a necessary way to shore up their weaknesses By Sue Shellenbarger Sue Shellenbarger The Wall Street Journal Biography Google+ Sue.Shellenbarger@wsj.com
We’ve become addicted to exclamation points in emails and texts, and going cold turkey freaks people out John Witkowski was trying to make some progress on a work project one day this summer when he fired
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