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Players put so much work into the offseason, you could just tell at spring training.
If you apply yourself in the offseason, you will get results.” And by applying yourself, Eddins means engaging in the necessary training drills it takes to get the required skills.
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The openly gay bar is a relatively new addition to the social space scene, and it became quite common quite quickly, perhaps, some say, too quickly.
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GE was the first company to create a rotational program for recruiting promising graduates and giving them exposure to different groups; programs at other F500 companies were inspired by GE’s example.
The FMP is a two-year program with four rotations of six months each: you join a specific division, such as GE Capital, and then you might do rotations in consumer lending, business-to-business-lending, real estate, and airplane leasing.
I actually graduated from the program and then left GE to start my own business, so I want to give you a realistic, non-sugar-coated version of what you do, what a “rotational program” in corporate finance means, and just how lucrative / prestigious it is.