My Advice to Graduates: Avoid This MAJOR Mistake

The major mistake I see young graduates make is this: believing that what they do in their “free time” has no bearing on their job performance. Free from the pressures of work, and especially of being continuously assessed by everyone, from their peers to their supervisors, graduates often feel the urge to wind down after work in ways that, over time, are counter-productive. Most of life is spent outside of work, so the ways in which we spend this time deserves more thought and attention than is usually paid.

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My Advice to Graduates: Understand the Calculus of Professional Success

Mathematical calculus has two parts: differentiation and integration. On these two pillars rest science and technology as we know it. There is hardly any modern engineering invention that does not owe its creation, and continued refinement, to these two concepts. Many complex problems are solved after being differentiated and then integrated. Interestingly, this is also the recipe for career success.

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How to Diagnose Your Core Fear Through the Unveiling Process

Two weeks ago, we introduced a model to help us overcome our fears. The model operates on two forces: will and available resources. Last week, we touched on how to increase one’s will in order to overcome fear. This week, we’re taking a look at how to get the resources we need to triumph. To know what resources to gather, however, the nature of the fight must be known… just as a medicine is prescribed after a sound diagnosis.

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