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Do you contend that in order to be highly successful, one must have an unblemished, even perfect

work record? Do you further believe that an imperfect and blemished work record is a strong deterrent to success? Do you also strongly contend that people who have been terminated(i.e. fired) from their jobs WON'T be highly successful as they are considered to be failures in the eyes of employers?

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Ron Bergeron (ronbergeron) says

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    Grace Marguerite Williams (gmwilliams) 14 months ago

    Not necessarily the case.An unblemished &perfect work records means that the person is a great employee.Employers LOVE such employees & WANT them as they aren't deemed problematic.No employer wants an employee w/a blemished/imperfect record!

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Grace Marguerite Williams (gmwilliams) says

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  • Larry Wall 14 months ago

    Your comments are typical of the 30something group. If your career that covered 37 years, not counting the after school job in high school or the dish washing job and never made a mistake is not accurate. People learn from mistakes. Perfection is har

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