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Articles by Joshua Brown
In school, we were taught how to organize our belongings and create different ways to keep everything neat and clean. Despite this exhaustive teaching in our elementary schools, more of us forget about that either in our business or personal lives. If you look at my desk in the middle of the week you’d think a hurricane roared through. I’ve always believed there is a method to my madness, but there isn’t anything like the feeling of a freshly cleaned desk.
Everybody makes mistakes. There’s no two ways around it. At some point, we were the new person at our place of business.
It’s time to check in again with Generation Y. So, I interviewed a wholesaler (Stephen Smith, an inside salesperson right here at Metropolitan Pipe), a contractor (Jameson Buckley, assistant project manager for mechanical contractor Thomas G. Gallagher) and a manufacturers rep (Chris Gooding of David Gooding Co.) about experiences in their particular industry.