Have you ever received a piece of advice from a mentor that was so profound that it stuck with you for years? It may have influenced your behavior or decisions, and over time, you may have internalized it and started to live it to the point where you’d forgotten it came from someone else. In my career, I’ve come across three of those pieces of advice that have really changed my perspective and way of thinking and stuck with me for years, and I’d like to share them with you.

  1. The decisions about you and your career are happening when you aren’t in the room, so you better speak up when you are.

  2. Too many people waste their energy trying to outsmart the competition before they even get to the arena. You can’t win if you aren’t on the playing field.

  3. There is more confidence in not knowing than being all-knowing.

I share the stories behind these three powerful pieces of advice that I have taken to heart and used to take my career to the next level, as well as a bonus lesson that I learned during my years of amateur boxing. Trust me, they will change your outlook!

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