Understanding Your “Why” When It Comes To Your Career Goals

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You’ll always need calm in the storm

Getting comfortable with the uncomfortable will be a skill that serves you well at every stage of your career – from the formative years to the years when you’re killing it. Every new level of achievement will come with a new level of stress. Don’t expect things to get easier: expect yourself to get stronger. “Having a dream is chaotic,” Pouncil says. “There are lots of moving pieces that coexist that we must manage with calm and courage. Don’t take things personally. Remain grounded. You can show up as your best self and not give into beliefs that are not a manifestation of who you really are.”

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