learn a lesson from a person below you?

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Is it inferior or weird to take advises or learn anything from those younger than you in your organization.
May 10 in Career Counselling by Piyush
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No, it's not wrong at all. it shows your maturity and nature that you share your thoughts and learn new things without age difference.
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