Aptitudes & Entrepreneurship

Johnson O’Connor

Historical Books with Aptitude Advice for Modern Times Johnson O’Connor, a pioneering aptitudes researcher, wrote a number of books (or brochures as they were called) in the 1940s, but the content is still  relevant in today’s world. For instance, In the Too Many Aptitude Women, O’Connor writes that someone with high creative imagination, inductive reasoning, which is […]

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Good Indexing

A Profession in which Good Workers Can’t be Replaced with Technology If you have ever repeatedly thumbed through an index in frustration, trying and failing to find the correct page number for an important passage which you forgot to plaster with a sticky note, highlight, or dog ear, then you know the value and importance […]

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