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I’ve never met a successful person who did not build a career on their strengths. It simply does not exist.
No one can perform well by doing something they are bad at.
Sure, you can improve your weaknesses. But it’s not an effective strategy....
“It takes far more energy and work to improve from incompetence to mediocrity than it takes to improve from first-rate performance to excellence.”
This is a tough one. On one side, I believe that we should pursue a career we are passionate about. But on the other side, I think we should NOT do something we’re bad at.
So what should you do if you love something but suck at it? My opini...
Skills like writing, leadership, personal effectiveness, and persuasion are helpful to all professionals. Whether you are a coder or carpenter, you want to provide value to others. To keep doing that, you need those universal skills.
The earlier you start improving your universa...
You might not see any benefits during the first few years. It’s a hard concept to grasp. Because you also don’t want to waste your time.
There’s nothing more exciting than the rush you get when you get new ideas or when you daydream about the future.
At the same time, when you have no outlook on the future at all, you feel stuck and depressed. Am I right?
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Ramit Sethi argues that, just like there are seasons in our life, there are - and must be - seasons in our career and that without understanding “our” Career Season, we can’t and won’t find a job that’s perfectly made for us.
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