Big Britches and the Beggar’s Bowl

Image by wwwarby Now we know it’s true. The Kellogg School of Management has issued a study (hat tip: Rich Becker) that shows the more social connections one has, the more likely they are to treat others as less than. We see that big britches are a common by-product of doing well online. So all of the big bloggers who protest, “Not I,” really need to take a serious gut check. Here’s the truth about this phenomena: It is timeless. It’s the stuff of novels and movies. Anyone read Faust lately? Now we’re just seeing hot shot-itus played out on a very public stage with our colleagues, people who take tens of thousands of followers and the attention that comes […]

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