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It makes sense to care what people think about you and your performance. So get feedback. Learn from it. Improve.
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Planning for the worst can prepare a contingency for every scenario. You preempt problems with your own solutions.
That means you can actually relax and enjoy life, knowing you’re ready to act if things go wrong.
In any given situation you’re either a ‘plus-one’, a ‘zero’ or a ‘minus-one’.
Averting disaster is about learning and understanding all the little things that develop into a bigger issue.
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Promoting colleagues’ interests helps you stay competitive.
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We can’t always control what happens to us in life when big moments come around. We can control how prepared we are.
When high-stakes situations arise, planning for success is key.
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