• Former GE and NBC exec Beth Comstock can credit much of her success to learning to 'wallow in ambiguity'

    24 days ago - By Business Insider

    Beth Comstock spent 27 years at General Electric, also working for its former NBC properties, rising to the position of vice chair.
    She recently wrote the memoir and career guide " Imagine It Forward ."
    Comstock said that she owes her success to learning to exist with ambitions that can sometimes leave her uncomfortable and living with uncertainty.
    She developed a "three no's" rule, where she would continue pitching an idea to her boss, allowing for it to be rejected a maximum of three times.
    Beth Comstock initially wanted to be a journalist, but ended up one of the most powerful people at...
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  • 76ers fans go wild as former top pick Markelle Fultz hits first career three-pointer a year after seemingly forgetting how to shoot

    76ers fans go wild as former top pick Markelle Fultz hits first career three-pointer a year after seemingly forgetting how to shoot

    24 days ago - By Chron

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    Markelle Fultz made his first career three-pointer at the Sixers home opener on Thursday night.
    The Philadelphia crowd erupted after the make, as Fultz had spent much of the 2017-18 season away from the team as he struggled with his shooting.
    Should Fultz's shot continue to improve, he could play a vital role in the Sixers' fortunes this year.
    The Philadelphia 76ers won their home opener on Thursday night, defeating the Chicago Bulls 127-108.
    While Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons led the way statistically for the Sixers, Embiid with 30 points and 12 rebounds and Simmons...
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