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Business Career Self-Assessment with C.C. Chapman

Jay Hao
Jay Hao
Courses Plus Student 8,418 Points

Why would you upload such a video with almost nothing new but common sense? It can be done with a a few slides.

Content outline would be great for saving time . No need to watch the whole video to learn common sense.

Hi Jay, I'm just guessing here, but what might appear to be common sense for some might not be for others. I agree though, a content outline would be nice for those that view the video as tedious.

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Michal Janek
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Michal Janek
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 30,654 Points

Unfortunately you will realize very soon that "common sense" is not really that common as we would like it to be. And while it is true they may have shown some general guidelines, it is always good to mention them just to make sure they are important. No harm done - you can speed up the whole video you know.

you can't understand what he say's .If you deeply listen and understand you can't raise this question.

If I were to guess it's more of a commercial for this dude's book. That being said it was nice to hear some of the things I already know just to reinforce them.