It’s a funny thing, trying to ‘achieve’. It’s usually not about fame or making a name for yourself. It’s usually much more about contributing to the greater good. Doing something worthwhile. Making the world a better place. Most of us aren’t driven by narcissism, we are genuinely nice people trying hard to be nicer to each other. In higher education… Read more →
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