The days when you locked and loaded your career in school, and then blasted away down that same narrow path the rest of your life, are gone, never to return. Career survival today requires thinking and acting like an entrepreneur starting a business, staying nimble and resilient, willing to pivot, and supersensitive to the market realities of supply and demand.

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Written by lyceum
533 days ago

Martin: I don't believe that we should rely on our instincts. That is the main thing that is a differentiator between animals and humans. I do believe in the concept of "gut feeling" and a hunch of what is right for your career and your business. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this topic.



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