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Unexpected Career Tips from Celebrities

UNEXPECTED CAREER TIPS FROM CELEBRITIES [2021 EDITION] 1. Let your heart decide "Do what makes you happy, and let the rest take care of itself." Leonardo DiCaprio Choosing a career is challenging-it requires too much responsibility and mindfulness from a person. But you can't allow anyone to select for yourself, as only you can foresee what path will bring you happiness. How? Deep down, you know what makes you happy, and you're better to choose a career accordingly. Whether it's becoming a businessman, an actor, a doctor, or not working at all-follow your heart. 2. Take advantage of being a beginner "I like being a beginner. I like the moment where I can look at everyone and say, 1 have no idea how to do this. Let's figure it out." NEW Justin Timberlake New beginnings aren't simple, however, they have their advantages. When you're starting a new position, venture, or even your career, everybody realizes you're cutting your teeth. It's an ideal opportunity to pose inquiries and absorb all the information and direction you can. It's additionally an incredible opportunity to face a few challenges and commit errors-just ensure you're gaining from them. 3. Don't depend solely on yourself "What I have discovered is this: you can't do it alone. As you navigate through the rest of your life, be open to collaboration." Amy Poehler There is nothing wrong with asking for help or advice, especially at the start of your career. In fact, your desire to seek guidance from more experienced figures puts you in good light and showcases your willingness to improve and learn. Even as an expert yourself, collaborate. Listen to other's ideas and suggestions as anyone can lead you to progress and finding the right solution to a problem. 4. Take baby steps "You keep putting one foot in front of the other, and then one day you look back and you've climbed a mountain." Tom Hiddleston One doesn't become a famous writer or artist by creating a masterpiece at the first attempt. Progress takes time and consistency, no matter what your occupation is. Work gradually and steadily each day, dividing your work into chunks when possible, and become a professional day by day, without a rush. Little but regular steps towards success and quality can help you immensely. 5. Learn from your mistakes "When you take risks, you learn that there will be times when you succeed, and there will be times when you fail, and both are equally important." Ellen DeGeneres No one is perfect-we all make mistakes. What separates a successful professional from the others is not in the lack of failures. It's the ability to learn from them and move on. Don't be afraid to make mistakes and correct them or ask for advice and let others do it for you. Owning your failures and overcoming difficulties are integral parts of becoming an expert in your field. 6. Focus on the meaning behind your work "When you're doing the work you're meant to do, it feels right, and every day is a bonus, regardless of what you're getting paid." Oprah Winfrey Working solely for income can quickly leave you dissatisfied and emotionally-drained. It can't remain the prime reason for you to wake up every morning, even if it was before. You have to find a meaning behind what you do, whether it's enjoyment or fulfillment, and hold on to it. With one, you won't have to suffer through the hardest days, as you'll remember why you work. 7. Be the employee your boss would work for "I will only hire someone to work directly for me if I would work for that person. That means, in an alternate universe, if things were different and I didn't start the company, I would be happy to work for that person. Or if Facebook just disappeared and I had to go find something else to go do, then l'd be happy to go work for that person." Mark Zuckerberg It doesn't apply to the career start, of course. As you gradually become an expert in your field, you have to impress your potential employer with not only your skills but approach to work. What makes a good boss? Creative problem-solving abilities? Eagerness to collaborate? Energetic and positive attitude? Be what you would want your employer to be and what your field requires, and it will benefit you greatly. 8. Know when to say NO "I feel sad when I'm overworked and I just become a moneymaking machine and my passion and creativity take a backseat. That makes me unhappy. So what did I do? I started to say no. I'm not doing that. I don't want to do that. And slowly but surely, I remembered who I am." Lady Gaga You may feel obligated or inclined to overwork, yet it's not the healthiest option for anyone and doesn't contribute to your success as much as you may think. As a living and breathing human, you still need rest and positive reinforcement. Lacking any of them can lead to mental health issues and overall burnout. You should know your limits and when to stop working and take a break instead. 9. Realize when to move on "The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle." Steve Jobs Not every job is going to suit you or bring joy to your life. You may feel stuck in one place without ambitions or opportunities to grow as a professional. Ask yourself whether it is truly a direction you want your career to take. If not, you have to move on. Of course, strive for the best you can get and change your position or field once you can. seems impossible in some cases, but you should References • • • Created by Custom Writing

Unexpected Career Tips from Celebrities

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Everyone may need career advice from time to time. Check these tips to get motivated!


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