If you are like most right-brained, liberal arts-majoring, visual-learning communications professionals, then you probably avoided accounting classes like the plague in college. Calculus was the bane of your existence. You barely scraped by in trig. Communications as a profession sounded attractive because it meant interacting with people, thinking strategically, solving problems creatively - and it had absolutely nothing to do with numbers. Right?
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