Who You Know

We’ve heard that certain industries are all about who you know. Music, business, politics, etc. as the world gets more “social” it seems who you know and how many whos you know will matter even more.

I get to work with little ones for a few hours every work day in their homes and get to make my deductions on the effect of home life on emotional stability. And I think who you know and how you are known when you are growing up determines the kind of adult you will be, and if it will even matter “who you know” when it comes time to enter the work force… or get promoted in the work force.

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