I was asked to contribute a small piece on resilience for a professional paper and was drawn to the observation of how essential resilience now is to anyone setting off on a new career path. Although always in the back of my mind I am concerned that resilience can morph into sheer blo
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Many people live their lives in a form of reverse. They reverse, like a car into their jobs, into their relationships and only stop if they bump into something. They do not have clear goals, and so they accept, albeit grudgingly at times, whatever is thrown at them. They take the educ
RT @HarvardBiz How to get yourself on track to accomplish something big:
1. Identify a tiny "micro habit" to cultivate.
2. Piggyback your new habit on a daily task.
3. Track your progress.
4. Hold steady.
5. Seek accountability.