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Lou Talman

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Re: the necessity of lectures
Posted: Jun 30, 1995 2:51 PM
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Kent asks:

> Can you imagine anyone being successful at anything in life who
> couldn't follow a lecture?


In point of fact, I can. It's been many years since I attended a lecture
that I found useful. Indeed, most lectures attended by working
professionals are those given by administrators who hold inflated notions
of their own importance. Such inflated ideas generally lead to the need
to call subordinates together to receive another useless lecture.

--Lou Talman





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