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In speaking with Rick Bott he revealed more about what today’s young professional needs to succeed in the business world (Rick Bott, in-person interview with Cody Troutman February 11, 2016). Rick Bott did not give the answers expected, instead, his advice was much more philosophical and extremely useful. Rick Bott’s first piece of advice was to never underestimate the value of hard work. He went on to say while this one may seem obvious it is astounding how few people actually follow this advice day in and day out. He said he managed to achieve his great success through hard work, not by being smarter or better than those around him. Mr. Bott stated there is no need to work with people you hate, if a person is a hard worker and stay true to what they desire, they will find a job they’re passionate about, most likely with people, they enjoy being around.
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