Obsessed & Driven? A Case For An Invaluable Companion

Every one knows the story of Sherlock Holmes and Watson. We understand how Holmes valued Watson’s presence in his life and involvement in his cases. Though Holmes seemed quite able to solve problems on his own there was something about having Watson there that made the adventure better. Watson was a springboard, faithful companion…

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Marcy Pedersen, MBA

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Writer, analyst, life-long learner, and obsessed about improving life and work processes. Connect at marcypedersen@icloud.com

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