At a local event last year, I met the CEO of a growing company and struck up a conversation about his firm. While we were talking, “John” asked if I knew “Bill,” the very successful CEO of a larger company in the area. I acknowledged that I did and offered to make an introduction. John told me he was excited to learn from Bill’s experiences and gain new perspective on some of the challenges his firm had encountered.

A couple of weeks later, the three of us went to lunch. In the first few minutes after sitting down, we made small talk and...

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