The Startup
Published in

The Startup

When You Fail to Listen, You Fail to Grow

If your career is stalled you might be your own worst enemy

By Kiefer Pix on iStock (image licensed by author)

Much of the pain you encounter in creating a successful career in your twenties and thirties is often self-induced. You land the dream job after years of schooling and internships, start down the traditional growth path, then find yourself a few years later stalled in that career or even…

--

--

--

Get smarter at building your thing. Follow to join The Startup’s +8 million monthly readers & +756K followers.

Recommended from Medium

What Tenacious Self-Starters Do

The Missing Features to Demand of Our Videochat Software for a More Inclusive Workplace

Maintaining Professionalism In The Nightlife Industry

Re-imagining home care: how we’re bringing young and older people together to change the game

I can’t find a job and I’m freaking out! What should I do? Career Advice if you’ve lost your job.

Recruitment company Vacancy Broker used a fake LinkedIn profile to gain my personal details.

The problem(s) with interviews

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Thomas Plummer

Thomas Plummer

A simple life dedicated to leaving the world a little better than I found it. Long career in the business of fitness, writer of books, speaker, personal coach.

More from Medium

When It Comes to Writing Advice, Here’s How to Tell Who’s Really Worth Listening To

What NOT to Write About in Your College Application Essay

Seven Strategies to Help Reach Your Full Potential

How to Balance Multiple Writing Projects

A series of three white cups, ranging from shortest to tallest.