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Be Honest with Yourself
A key to do what makes you come alive is to be honest with yourself.
Maybe lots of people around you are saying you "should" be passionate about XYZ.
But what do you actually want?
What does your inner gut say?
It might be hard to admit, because it could go against others' expectations.
But you're not here to live up to anyone's expectations.
Will you build self-honesty?
Questions for DJH Sunday Special
Maybe you love the DJH but you're feeling unsure how the advice applies to your own situation.
Well, time to ask questions!
Ask away here.
Then I'll answer them in the coming couple weeks, in the new DJH Sunday Special!
What's Your Exit Strategy?
In the event you get laid off, you don't want to be caught off guard.
Keep an exit strategy in place, i.e. a network, projects to showcase, a solid Linked profile, and a sense of purpose with a list of places you might want to work.
Hear it from Madeline Mann, a TikTok career superstar.
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Quote of the Day
“Don't wait. The time will never be just right.”
― Napoleon Hill
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