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Q Yesterday, I was late to work and didn’t stop as I turned into the company parking lot. I just missed hitting my boss’s boss. I drove on, but I think he saw me. He doesn’t know me well. Should I apologize?
A That’s a tough one, but I’d let it go. There’s more to gain by moving on and letting time work in your favor. Even if this executive saw you, it’s likely that after a few months, he’ll forget about the incident. But if you apologize to someone you barely know, he may remember that awkward encounter far longer.
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