“It is not the answer that enlightens, but the question.” – Eugene Ionesco One of my mentors has a way with asking simple, but profound questions. He asks the kinds of questions that cut through the fog of ambiguity to reveal a crystal of clarity. He has a way of challenging me and inspiring me …
One theory of work is that people tend to see themselves in jobs, careers, or callings. Depending on how you view what you do, this impacts how you show up, how engaged you are, how meaningful your work is, and your intrinsic rewards.
Successful people seem to get better over time. They age like a fine wine.What are the key attributes of successful people who know how to create and sustain their success for the long haul?
This is a guest post by Sarah Chana Mocke. She is an influential leader in the software architect space and a leader of world-wide communities at Microsoft. Sara shares some things that have worked for her in shaping her career while pursuing her passions.