You can be bit player on the stage of work or a superstar. But to be a star, you will want to learn skill mapping.
On the stage work, many get sucked into doing what others want. They let others tell them what jobs they want versus figuring it out for themselves. The result?
Living for the weekend — as if two days of bliss can make up for five days of suffering. It’s like having your foot on the gas and one on the brake. No wonder we can’t get anywhere.
Being a star on the stage of work starts with you mapping out the social roles you want to play short-term and long-term and putting together the route to get there. On the journey of life, we all need to develop our own map and determine our own route to get to where we want to be.
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