Years ago, during my first semester of grad school, I became acquainted with Ross, who was my apartment neighbor and also a first semester MBA student. Ross was an interesting guy. He had no business background but was very intelligent and creative.

His most recent job was playing an obscure instrument for the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Since music was a foreign language to me, I enjoyed the occasional dinners we shared with our wives as Ross would regale us with stories about his time with the symphony.  

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