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Our March panel of Cory Booker, Kathleen Davis, Robert Podvey and Philip Salerno, III provides answers

Cory
Booker

Mayor
City of Newark

Shave your head; less wind resistance—you can move more quickly from place to place.


Kathleen
Davis

Executive vice president and chief operating officer
Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey

Do the most difficult and/or highest priority task first; break large projects into smaller pieces and start on it as soon as it's assigned.


Robert
Podvey

President
Podvey Meanor P.C.

Do it now, and do it right the first time.


Philip
Salerno III

President and chief development officer
Children's Specialized Hospital Foundation

Don't take things too seriously. People can dwell on problems for hours/days and that certainly isn't productive use of time.

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Our March panel of Cory Booker, Kathleen Davis, Robert Podvey and Philip Salerno, III provides answers

Cory
Booker

Mayor
City of Newark

Shave your head; less wind resistance—you can move more quickly from place to place.


Kathleen
Davis

Executive vice president and chief operating officer
Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey

Do the most difficult and/or highest priority task first; break large projects into smaller pieces and start on it as soon as it's assigned.


Robert
Podvey

President
Podvey Meanor P.C.

Do it now, and do it right the first time.


Philip
Salerno III

President and chief development officer
Children's Specialized Hospital Foundation

Don't take things too seriously. People can dwell on problems for hours/days and that certainly isn't productive use of time.

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