Mark Herschberg: Writing a Career Plan for Success
In this episode we talk about:
- What made Mark change the way he looked at education.
- How he recognized early on that no one ever taught him the essential skills for success.
- The reason why Mark joined MIT’s “Career Success accelerator”.
- How you can define and plan for a successful career and your dream job.
- Core questions that lead you to plan a great career.
- Mark’s biggest personal lesson in career planning.
What are the elements to successfully follow up on your career plan.
- How to easily reach out to people (offline & online)
- Building a supportive network of people around you.
- The key ingredients to building a personal brand.
- Tips to understanding how you are being perceived by others.
- The difference between influential leadership and positional leadership
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