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    • Lately I’ve been reflecting on my work life and where I’d like to be in the future, in terms of both my career and my daily environment. I also feel exhausted by the idea that I’ll have to work 8 hours a day for the rest of my working career — presumably another 35 years. In a world where working from home and flexibility is king, I know I can’t be the only millennial with this concern… One of my career goals (see blog post …read more

    • By many counts, Warren Buffet is seen as the most successful investor of the 20th century. At the moment he’s worth over 88 billion dollars! So naturally when I hear career advice from Mr. Buffet, I’m inclined to listen. He’s also really great at managing his time and saying no, which are both individual arts within themselves. The rich invest in time, the poor invest in money. Warren Buffett One of Warren Buffet’s long term employees once asked his boss how to prioritize career goals …read more

    • They say it’s about the journey, not the destination. That’s absolutely true. As we’re renovating my house right now, I’m starting to realize that the journey is way longer than the destination anyway — so better to have a good attitude about both and enjoy them! This mantra can also be applied to our work life. Recently, I’ve become interested in working smarter not harder. After all, people are promoted and provided opportunities because they add value to the organization, not necessarily because they work …read more