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25 Ways You Can Avoid Being Replaced, With So Many, Yet So Few Opportunities Everywhere
Solomon Williams Obotetukudo
May 16, 2017 ·
Even, Dean Martins, that famous American comedian believed that if one is good enough, one could hardly ever be replaced. Dean Martin was a comedian par excellence with his triumvirate ‘buddies’ of the ‘Rat pack’ trio that included him, Frank Sinatra, and Sammy Davis, Jr. He once advised, “Be so good that they can’t ignore you.”
Dean Martins was a man who must have had his share of opportunities by association. He must have gotten rough and/or free rides; sometimes stolen rides, paid rides, given rides, earned rides, acquired rides, or sometimes all other kinds of rides, as part of the perks for being an established and celebrated member of several of the twenty-one institutions that make the world go-round-and-round-and-round.