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Career Perspectives

A practical alternative to ‘following your passion’

Passion is not developed in the abstract; you are not going to have an epiphany and suddenly discover your passion. You will find your passion as you develop your career; it is a process. A thoughtful approach will start you down the right path. The key is to follow Nike’s adage: “Just Do It.” Get

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To be successful, accept the possibility of failure

The number one characteristic that holds someone back from building a successful network (and career) is a fear of failure. While failure is essential to success, facing failure isn’t easy. So here are the three things that I have found helpful when facing failure.

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Why you didn’t get the job

This may be the toughest question of them all. You went to the interview (or likely a series of interviews), they all seemed to go well, the people you met gave every indication of liking you, there were no indications that you weren’t up to the task, and in the end you didn’t get the

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David Labistour: ‘I’ve never aligned my passion with my work’

You have to have a passion in life, but at the same time your work and your passion don’t always have to be the same thing. Click here to read the full article.

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How will we define ourselves in a ‘post-jobs’ society?

Many of us set goals to work harder and achieve more, believing the extra work and obligations will make us better people. But what if they don’t? Click here to read the full article.

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