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Sean Johnson
The best career tip: Start writing. Publicly. No one will notice at first. Which is good. You’ll build the habit. You’ll find your voice. You’ll build a platform slowly, brick by brick. Over 5-10 years, you’ll build an asset very few have. The opportunities will shock you.
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Sidhartha Jha Jan 17
Exactly what is building towards! You guys should 100% connect :)
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Sean Johnson Jan 17
His stuff is fantastic.
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Nate Smoyer Jan 17
Replying to @intentionally
Adding to this.. And if you’re better at speaking than writing, podcast. Interview leaders in your industry and you’ll accelerate your learning and your network exponentially.
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Olubukola Jan 18
I like this podcast idea!👌🏽 Maybe interviewing leaders in your industry might not be an easy start. Podcast on your own, do personal recordings and you’d be amazed at your growth in 5years.
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Kory Stotesbery Jan 17
I had a blog I wrote feverishly for about 6 months. It didn’t really get any traction so I quit. Focused more on saying similar things but shorter (aka Twitter). Would you be of the mind 6 months wasn’t long enough to get a sense of success potential?
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Scholty Jan 17
Replying to @sfbaypsychiatry
Not nearly enough. Which is why he was talking 5-10 years. Success in under a year is pretty hard to pull off. Most people I know took off after about 18+ months at a minimum.
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ᴅᴀᴠɪᴅ ᴘᴇʀᴇʟʟ ✌ Jan 17
Replying to @intentionally
100% agree. A well-written sentence can change your life. With the stroke of a pen, you can build your network, improve your thinking, and create opportunities for yourself. Best of all, it's easy to start writing. All you need is discipline.
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Kate Baucherel Jan 18
Replying to @intentionally
Absolutely true. My first blog was dreadful. My second was better than my first. Ten years on, my fifth book is going grand 😁
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Opentalk FM Jan 18
We would like to invite you to join platform and talk about your books and thoughts.
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