Batting Practice Is Great, But Getting At Bat in a Game is Way More Important

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In this episode of In the OfficeJohn T. Meyer of web-design company Lemonly stresses the importance of application over education.

It's great to learn, read and soak up knowledge -- but it doesn't mean a thing if you don't go out an apply it. Meyer encourages you to get in the trenches and get your hands dirty. 

"Batting practice is great, but getting at bat in a game is way more important," he said. 

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