When you know you want something, act on it and don’t look to others to verify it. When talking with others about something you want, you are just trying to convince yourself that it’s ok. Spend that energy understanding what you want, hone it, and execute.
In business never take anything that’s professional personally. Tough feedback, actions, and discussions are helping you learn and be better at what you do. Once you’ve mastered not taking events at work personally, you can make better and rational decisions - no matter where you are.
➜ What is the most enlightening book you have read?
The Foundation Series by Isaac Asimov. The first books of the series were published back in the 1950s and the vision he set was revolutionary, even to this day. He developed one of the earliest notions of a data scientist which were called psychohistorians and how they could predict the future of civilizations using history, sociology, and mathematical statistics.
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