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The 22 years I spent as a business journalist were all great ones - for a lot of reasons.
I had a lot of cool "adventures." I amassed a lot of stories that I still tell to this day. And I learned a lot.
But I think the greatest benefit of all was something that an academic might refer to as "access."
In other words, I got to go places, see things and meet people that nobody else did.
Quite often, I felt like the proverbial "fly on the wall."
And because I was such a careful observer... I sure picked up a lot of interesting stuff.
Take "wealth," for instance.
Because of that "access," I learned a lot about rich investors.
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