All you can do is improve. Constantly improve. And the one, single way to do that is to set whatever you’re working on loose, gather feedback and try again. You repeat this process every time you make something, and sooner or later, you’re going to get better.
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…kills that allow them to easily transcend various corporate elements; translation: job flexibility. While a young professional twenty years ago with a business degree could be stuck in a specific middle management track for his whole career, today that same person can easily slip between hi-tech, real estate, or another field.
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Here’s the challenge — no behavior is average. Requirements for space differ not just by organizations, not just by teams, not just by individuals, but over time for each individual. A person’s space preferences might change depending on their type of activity, project stage, time of day, week or season.
The growth mindset individual, on the other hand, believes in constant evolution. I am what I am now, but that’s different from what I was before and what I will be in the future. If I’m bad at maths now, I can work at it and potentially become a maths genius (given the motivati…