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Harvard researcher shares key skill of the future-that most people don't have

Harvard researcher shares key skill of the future-that most people don't have

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/06/15/harvard-yale-researcher-future-success-is-not-a-specific-skill-its-a-type-of-thinking.html

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Future career logic

Future career logic

The most important career logic of the past is becoming counterproductive. Many of us have been told the key to success was developing a specialization that allowed us to climb the professional lad...

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The future belongs to generalists

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Breadth is gaining favor. To make it in today's world, it's essential to be agile and flexible.

It is not to say that deep ex...

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Being a generalist

To be a generalist, zoom out and pay more attention to the context in which you're making decisions.

  • Think bigger and wider than you usually would. Read the whole paper, not ...

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Professional success for generalists

The advancement of artificial intelligence and technological innovation have commoditized information. Many companies now look for multi-functional experience when hiring, such as Google, who v...

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Avoid decisions

Just like our muscles, studies show that our ability to make smart decisions gets worn down as the day goes on.

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Wake up early

People who wake up early are able to be more proactive and take charge of their life.

Waking up early will leave you with ample time to prepare for your day ahead and take advantage of healthy morning routines.

Follow the 52-17 rule

Our brains need regular breaks to keep functioning at a high capacity.

A glut of research shows that you should take breaks when you can to reap benefits and avoid burnout. The average time to work productively is 52 minutes of work followed by 17 minutes of rest.

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Email can wait

Unless your job demands otherwise, deal with email at the end of the day.

Less energy at the end of the day makes you less tempted to overcommit to incoming requests.

Schedule ‘email time’

With this strategy, you won’t waste time checking emails constantly throughout the day. 

Instead, you’ll establish an end-of-day email routine. Research found that people who check their emails three times a day respond to the same amount of emails 20 percent faster than those who constantly respond to messages as they came in.

Inbox zero can work

... if you’re just receiving several emails a day. Otherwise, strive to empty your inbox out once a week.

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Ashton Kutcher on Hard Work

Ashton Kutcher on  Hard Work
  • There is no substitute for hard work
  • The only substitute for working smart is working smarter
  • Maybes are usually procrastinated no’s.

Personal outlook

  • Kindness is more important than you think
  • Not everyone is going to like you and that’s ok
  • You are always better off striving to be the best you rather than be like someone else
  • Your authentic self is a perfect reflection of your experience
  • Laugh at yourself
  • Find even more opportunities to laugh with others
  • Do things that scare you and translate the fear into excitement
  • Avoid comparing your life to others.

About Relationships

  • Find friends that are loyal and generous
  • Be a loyal and generous friend
  • Life is who you travel with
  • Breaking up hurts every time
  • Giving becomes generous when it is uncomfortable
  • Getting married isn’t a goal but being married is
  • Being vulnerable opens relationships to possibility.

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