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Don’t Be Afraid to Cut Your Losses. Too often, we hold on to things even after they’ve run their course. These five strategies can help you figure out when it’s time to throw in the towel.
What’s most important is that you take proactive steps to control your own happiness and future prospects.
As a leader, it’s on you to make a conscious effort to create a culture where people don’t feel like imposters. Doing so will require work at both the interpersonal and organizational levels, and success will depend in part on gathering data and implementing real mechanisms for accountability.
“Find a mentor” is great career advice but be careful not to take it too literally. You don’t just need one. You’ll gain a more valuable outlook by triangulating advice from multiple mentors at the same time.
We’re all busy, and when a goal seems onerous, or the path towards it is unclear, it’s often easier to do nothing and push it off to another day. But if we truly want to embrace long-term thinking, it’s time to get unstuck and move forward.
Heightening your capacity to lead others requires being able to see how you think and act, and how your behavior affects others. Leading well requires a continuous journey of personal development.
Leaders, It’s Okay to Talk About Your Fears and Anxieties Sometimes, having a sounding board and being able to say things out loud (your concerns, ambitions, thoughts, feelings, doubts, ...) can help you to put things back in perspective. At the same time, some practical tools can be offered to help you manage specific situations.