The Strategy Paul Ryan Followed in His 20s to Become Romney’s VP
Paul Ryan burst onto the national scene this week after Mitt Romney named the Wisconsin representative his running mate.
At just 42, Ryan’s a political “boy wonder” to many of us, a gifted legislator who quickly rose through the ranks and seemed destined for greatness.
Yet upon closer inspection, Ryan’s path to vice president had little to do with fate. Instead, he learned from an early age something that we should all apply at our own jobs.
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