Kristin Muhlner of NewBrand Analytics: The Upside of Being Replaceable – NYTimes.com

Kristin MuhlnerKristin Muhlner of NewBrand Analytics: The Upside of Being Replaceable – NYTimes.com.

Someone very close to me warned me many years ago that EVERYONE is replaceable – even me.  This is a great lesson.  In this NYTimes interview, Kristin Muhlner tells us that this knowledge eventually frees us from thinking that we are so important that we need to be involved in everything at work. We dont.

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