When it comes to career use all the advice you get, and even each piece of yourself as much as you can. From picking the right career to actually excelling in it, there is certainly a lot of things to learn. As much as you get experience from your previous practice and mistake, more there are chances for you to improve.
Motivation and talent equally required when going to start your career. And this is the reason that we have collected some of our all-time-best career advice who are idle for everyone. Let’s readout the advice from these mind-blowing heads.
1. Don’t take yourself (or your career) too seriously. Plenty of brilliant people started out in jobs they hated or took paths that weren’t right at the beginning of their careers. Professional development is no longer linear, and trust that with hard work and dedication to figuring out what you want to do with your life, you, too, will be OK!—Kathryn Minshew, CEO of The Muse
2. Every person you meet is a potential door to a new opportunity—personally or professionally. Build good bridges even in that just-for-now job, because you never know how they’ll weave into the larger picture of your life.—Kristina Leonardi, Career Coach
3. Remember that a job, even a great job or a fantastic career, doesn’t give your life meaning, at least not by itself. Life is about what you learn, who you are or can become, who you love and are loved by.—Fran Dorf, Author, and Psychotherapist
4. If the career you have chosen has some unexpected inconvenience, console yourself by reflecting that no career is without them.—Jane Fonda
5. The best career or job is the one in which you’re using the skills you enjoy. But, not every job needs to address all of your passions. Use every job as an opportunity to learn something new and keep an open mind; you may find that you really enjoy something you never imagined would appeal to you.—Miriam Salpeter, Founder of Keppie Careers
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