NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- There's value in being recognized for doing something notable. It gets respect from your peers, elevates your status and opens doors. But there's little value in asking for that recognition.It might stick in your craw that your peers simply ignored the notable thing, or even worse, throw ad hominem attacks and demean you by calling you a kamikaze, or some such thing. Yet, at the risk of sounding a bit undignified, I just can't help myself to stick it back in their craw and say: "See, I told you so."
Apple Bottom: I Told You So
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