Friday, April 4th, 2014 was my last day at work. This was not the first time I quit a good job just at the point when I was doing really well, showing results and moving up the corporate ladder. I guess each time it gets more difficult and easier at the same time. Difficult, because each time I have been working even harder to get where I am and easier, because through the experiences I’ve gained, I know that there are many great opportunities ahead, waiting to be explored.
I want to share some of the lessons I learned from these experiences.
1. Don’t think you are invaluable. The day after you will leave, a new body will step into your place.
My first job after college was at a top-investment bank. I was lucky to be selected into a graduate program that gave me a lot of training, networking opportunities…
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