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  • 1.  Hands down...Miriam reminds us of the BEST answer

    Posted 11 days ago
    Miriam could not be more correct.  Caitlyn has earned the accolades and the thanks of many because she is one of BEST.  When I read how much she is appreciated, it reminds me of a Japanese proverb that I believe applies to Caitlyn who it is my privilege to know as Cait:

    "Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher."

    For those who are unaware of the post from Miriam I am referring to...I did a cut and paste below:

    Question: You are a CEP, juggling your full-time Compliance job along with personal responsibilities, but also attempting to study for the CCEP exam. What's the BEST answer:

    A) I would not have passed the exam without Caitlyn Tobey's study sessions and materials
    B) I would not have passed the exam without Caitlyn Tobey's study sessions and materials
    C) I would not have passed the exam without Caitlyn Tobey's study sessions and materials
    D) A, B, and C

    As a CCEP certified CEP, what's the NEXT step you should take?
    A) Thank Caitlyn Toby for her study sessions and materials!!!!!!
    (Actually, that's the only correct answer!) :)

    For those prepping for the exam...I think the best answer is D.  Remember...if you conclude that more than one answer is correct in the choices presented, often there is an "all of the above" option...and that's the one you take to the bank...Frank

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    Miriam Lafuente
    Head of Ethics and Compliance
    Miriam Lafuente
    Hoboken,NJ
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  • 2.  RE: Hands down...Miriam reminds us of the BEST answer

    Posted 10 days ago
    Thanks Frank! If it wasn't for you and your CHC study groups I would likely never have gone down the path I did to start my own and continuously work to improve and update them over the years. Study group members can attest that I definitely mention that on a regular basis!

    At my recent C&E book club meeting, it was brought up how people are not always sure how to put themselves out there in the C&E community. The study groups were my way of doing that as it was easy to fit around my work schedule and it forced me to learn many new skills. I did not have a lot of C&E experience when I started either. I say this as an encouragement to people to always be on the lookout for ways you can help others even if it seems small. Whatever you do it doesn't have to be perfect at first. The key is making progress and exposing yourself to opportunities for feedback. 


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    Caitlyn Walsh Tobey, CIPP/US/E, CIPM
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