Tip: Do You Have a Reference Document?

17 May 2007 at 2:51PM Leave a comment

Over on the “Connecting the World One Beverage at A Time” blog, G. Lane Cavalier has great advice about creating a reference list in Do You Have a Reference Document?

I wish I could get a complete list like this when I ask for references. About one half of the times I ask, Mr. Candidate pulls out his cell phone and asks to borrow a pencil. Prepared is better.

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