How would you pace yourself, if you run a marathon? Well, as long as you’re hoping to cross the finish line before you collapse from fatigue, you’d start at a moderate speed and save some energy on the home stretch to give your all. A marathon is a long and challenging challenge which in the first place may make you want to avoid it. However, what you may not know is that you have a marathon lying ahead of you – or maybe you are running it now. This marathon is your career path and maybe you’re going at the wrong pace.
The book will remind you of the length of a typical career path. You should learn about the various stages of your career and which technique to implement in each level. Find out how to improve your skills and see what it takes to succeed in today’s fast-changing work world. You will also learn:
- At what age you’ll make most of your wealth;
- The point at which you do not need to work on your weaknesses anymore;
- What you owe the younger generation when you retire.
By concentrating on short term achievements, we sometimes underestimate how long a career is and lose out on the big picture. By understanding the long journey that constitutes a successful career, we can correct this short-sightedness and empower ourselves with the right skills and relevant experiences to achieve long-term satisfaction.