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The real education begins after college. Everything you’ve learned in class is largely worthless in the real world.
Successful people read books and research papers, listen to podcasts, go to conferences and talk to other people who are doing big things. That’s how they’re able to “connect the dots” between seemingly unrelated subjects and use that insight to land more opportunities.
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In the beginning of your career, your technical skills matter the most. But as time goes on, those technical skills start to matter less. How you interact with people starts to matter a lot more.
Surrounding yourself with the right people could lead to more opportunities than any company could ever give you.
After you accomplish anything professionally, get online and write about it. Help someone who was once in your shoes trying to figure things out.
Apart from jobs in academic professions, like medicine or law, job requirements are largely negotiable — you just have to prove that you can bring value to the table.
Don’t pick a career based on “average salaries” or employment numbers. When you’re striving to be great at what you do, the “averages” don’t matter.
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