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Upon graduating college the possibilities are endless. And for some, the sheer idea of not having a predefined path forward can be terrifying. College students led down a predefined path their entire lives until the day they graduate. Then what? Debt, jobs, pressure from family. Congratulations here is your diploma. We asked a dozen business leaders about lessons to pass along to today’s graduates. Here are 11 life lessons they should have taught you in college.
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