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When I ask people what they want to do with their career, many can't really answer the question. It's not necessarily a bad thing to be undecided about what path you want to take, but it's indicative of a recent change in the way we think about career development.
People are often promoted into managerial positions because they're extremely good at the technical jobs they initially held. It's a natural progression - you're good at doing a specific job, so you'll probably be good at managing other people who do it. But technical competence isn't perfectly correlated with managerial competence.
Advice for Entrepreneurs: How To Find A Mentor Worth Listening To I was fortunate enough to have a number of great mentors who helped guide me and set me on the path to success when I was starting out in my career. One of them, in particular, stands out because our relationship highlights ...
Every morning, a parade of children go by my office window on their way to the elementary school up the street. There's one little girl I notice, in particular, because she's always using one hand to cradle a gigantic iPhone against her chest.
In A Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, the machines on the spaceship Heart of Gold are programmed with Genuine People Personalities. These personalities run the gamut from the deeply depressed-Marvin the Paranoid Android-to the manically chipper-the ship's central computer.
Startups have become all the rage in business, with seemingly every new business labeling itself one. While there are many successes stemming from the startup mentality, there are also many failures. To succeed, these founders hired people who knew how to do what they couldn't, ensured that there was a market for their product, and were candid with potential partners.