What’s the biggest lesson you’ve learned through experience not to do, even if it sounds like the correct move or neutral? How’d you learn it?
- Barclays PLC / ProductMoSaalahDon’t give two shits about your employer if there comes a situation between prioritizing your work and personal life.
- Google / Engyogi bearDon't be satisfied by the fact that you can finally cover living expenses on your own hence stay too long in a shitty job in early stage of your career, it takes so long to catch up. Still catching up.
- United Wholesale Mortgage zpyM13moreDon’t fwb your coworker and then fall for her. Don’t make her pregnant. Don’t tell her she should get an abortion. Don’t accuse her of sleeping around and suggesting the possibility it could be someone else’s. Don’t google adoption info on her laptop. Don’t avoid paying child support. Don’t join a gang in jail. Don’t shank anyone.
- There is a "risk" portion that I didn't mention in my comment. Yes, things might not work out, and you might have other problems at your new employer. But many successful people went through this path. What I'm trying to say is people shouldn't be afraid of looking outside when things don't work out in their current job and/or there's better opportunity outside.Mar 132
- Capital One / EngHalo2moreDon't try to rush promotions. Learn to be patient. If you work hard it will come.