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The Four Pillars Of A Fulfilling Career

The 4 pillars of a fulfilling career

  1. Compensation: How much you earn at your job makes you feel valued—that’s what compensation is about.
  2. Work: You must believe in your work. Otherwise, you feel like it’s all a waste of time.
  3. Lifestyle: Pick a job that fits your lifestyle. And that’s different for each phase of life. 
  4. Contribution: We don’t have to change the world, but most of us only want to make a meaningful contribution.

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The 4 pillars of a fulfilling career

  1. Compensation: How much you earn at your job makes you feel valued—that’s what compensation is about.
  2. Work: You must believe in your work. Otherwise, you feel like it’s all a waste of time.
  3. Lifestyle: Pick a job that fits your lifestyle. And that’s different for each phase of life. 
  4. Contribution: We don’t have to change the world, but most of us only want to make a meaningful contribution.

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