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blog #7 - Picking a relevant topic to discuss in my blog...

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Picking a relevant topic to discuss in my blog post is hard today for some reason. I feel I have a lot to say about the class so far and a lot of it may seem repetitive, I just need to keep in mind that this blog post is for my own personal development and not just for my grade in the class. I really just want to talk about how I didn’t think I would enjoy this class at the beginning, and when I saw that the “Leadership and Communication” course was a requirement for the Lundquist College of Business, I sighed and just wanted to get the class over with. I did not think that I would learn anything relevant about the business world that I didn’t already know, but BOY was I wrong. This class completely caught me off guard. As a finance concentration, I really did not think I would learn anything relevant for my field of study, but looking back I am almost sad that the quarter is coming to an end so quickly. This has been, by far, the most interesting and developmental class that I have ever taken.
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