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I often emphasise to people I mentor and teams I motivate the importance of constant iteration & improvement. In one’s professional life, I feel it is of great importance. I often say: “Apply for a new job/role every six months, prompting only the skills/knowledge you have gained or refined over the last six months”.

I insist they apply, not just look. It serves several purposes that I’ll cover in a future post. One reason is poignant…




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