If I Knew Then…

Life advice from Harvard Business School's Class of '63.
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Struggling to find your feet at your company? In the dark when it comes to raising a family? Still trying to start planning for when you’re retired and out on your own? These are big life questions, and you could find some of the answers in the folks who graduated from the Harvard Business Class waaaaay back in 1963. That was the year 600 students (including women, a first for the school) entered the working world and went on to get married, make babies and learn life lessons, which they’ve passed along to the next generation in the blog “If I Knew Then.” It’s sectioned into chapters, each covering different areas, such as careers, growing older, marriage & family and happiness & success. It’s essentially a walking, talking time machine of advice from some of the smartest business folks, and it’s free. You’re welcome.