Great Leadership With Jacob Morgan

There are 5 things I wish I knew earlier in my career.

1. Be a taste tester. When you're younger, you likely won’t know what you want to do. It’s ok to try different things and see what you like and don’t like. Think like a taste tester.

2. Build your own ladder. You don't need to climb anybody else's ladder, especially in this new world of work. Make your own ladder.

3. Make your own decisions. It's okay to listen to the advice of others, but you need to make your own choices. Don't let anybody else make choices for you.

4. Life is too short to be miserable at work. If you are miserable at your job, do something about it.

5. Be self-aware. Understand your strengths and weaknesses to be able to get help from others early on.


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