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  1. Oliver Han
    December 3, 2013 @ 12:18 pm

    When I saw the title, I couldn’t help thinking about another similar saying that I constantly hear from my professors, “keep your position at the meeting.” The two sayings are sort of the same, but also have some differences.
    For this post, it gives me more encourage and push on self-upgrading rather than pursuing my professional career. What’s more, I find a sense of surprising closeness in this article– quite frankly, I don’t think I have the highest IQ, and I am a foreign language student in my class. So being a “smart” student seems to be more appealing and attractive to me. After reading this post, I become more confident about my studies and myself, because I don’t need to be literally the smartest student in my class, but I can be the most hardworking one (even though it is also hard to achieve.) Always having something in my mind to say is the key to success in the future. And how to obtain the contents in my mind is very important to me. It is a long way to go, but I think I am ready to take it.
    Thank you for posting this inspiring article here, I learned a lot.

  2. Deirdre Breakenridge
    December 3, 2013 @ 5:30 pm

    Thanks, Oliver, for sharing your thoughts about Drew’s article. Having a positive and confident attitude (which you do) is a big part of the process.

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