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There are many tips on how to build a great career. Some of them are useful, but others are not. Here is the list of the most common career mistakes, on to which parents and other people may urge you. Remember about them and do vice versa!
Many people will convince you that you should graduate from the university to get a good job. It is a myth! The most important thing is your knowledge. Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, and other famous people did not have any academic degree when they became successful. It means that the only significant thing is to find what you can do the best. It may be blogging, SMM, etc. It does not really matter. You should love what you do, and do what you love!
Stability = Success
Earlier, people used to work at one place for 20 or even more years. They believed that such loyalty to their employer could provide their success. Do not listen to it! Try to challenge yourself in various spheres, in which you are interested, and choose a favorite one. This way, you will get different skills and will be able to use them in order to become the best one in your field. So, you should always try to do something new if you like it. Do not be afraid! Go out of your comfort zone!
Many people believe that a person has to work a lot to become successful. It is a stereotype! The main thing, which a modern world requires, is the result. Work smarter, not harder! Do not forget about your family, friends, and relatives. Do not be shy to say "no" to your boss, when you have to do other urgent things. Make up your work-life balance and follow it!
Do not Work while You Study
Parents argue that we need to graduate from the university first and then start to look for a job. Never do that! Travel, try to find a part-time employment, participate in clubs and groups, study a semester abroad, etc. All these things will help you to become more creative and flexible. Gain new experience and knowledge! Many employers highly appreciate it.
Remember that it is always great to have an opportunity to get the advice from close people, but it is even more important to be able to say "no" and make your own decision!