Skill Stacking: A Practical Strategy To Achieve Career Success
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"Success wise, you’re better off being good at two complementary skills than being excellent at one." - Scott Adams
Every skill you acquire doubles your odds of success. You don’t need to become the best in the world to be successful. All you need is a valuable skillset to achieve that level of career success.
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