As a regular columnist for DM Review, I submit my columns to the magazine approximately 45 days prior to cover date. This month's column was written on September 20, 2001, shortly after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In writing this column, I didn't have it in my heart to not address this tragic event in an appropriate manner. Typically, the articles in DM Review focus on technology and various business issues around technology. You read DM Review to learn how to be more successful in your chosen career. However, the "core" skills that actually dictate how successful your career is or is not have little to do with technology.

There are several key values that will determine your level of success. These are the same values that have built this country into the wonderful nation that it is and have been brought to the forefront during and following the attacks of September 11.

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