Turns Out Growing Up Weird is Good for Your Career

by Parent Co. May 12, 2016

Quigley says her days growing up on a petting zoo of sorts has served her in countless ways. The thrill of risk taking was inculcated at a young age. So was the idea that she was the author of her own destiny. She learned not to obsess or micromanage: "You can’t micromanage 12 kids," she says.
Source: Why Growing Up Weird Can Be Great For Your Career | Fast Company | Business + Innovation



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