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Advance your career by avoiding these ten mistakes

Learning what not to do can save you time and trouble.

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You might remember your parents/guardians telling you as a child, “Don’t do this,” probably more than the positive counterpart, “Remember to do this.”

Why do many rules and advice have a “do not” or “no” in them?




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Miguel is a published author and a cybersecurity engineer.

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