The smartest thing I did for my career wasn’t an internship, networking, or a meeting, or an elevator pitch. It was redefining success
We are moving so fast that we can often get caught up in what we “should” do rather than what we really “want” to do.
At DB+co, I work with clients to not only help them secure a position that aligns with what they’re good at but that also resonates with their heart. For so many years, I focused my career on what I was good at the exclusion of what I loved. But you can have both – if you define it that way.
Read more of my recent chat with Business Insider here: http://read.bi/2xPaNmE