My first tough decision came when I decided to join the Navy. After all, this wasn’t a decision that could be reversed the next day if I changed my mind, so having a decision making process was key. This was a four year decision that I had to be QUITE certain about before taking the leap into the “unknown”…
Even the most diligent and knowledgeable of professionals is bound to fall for some half-truths, misinformation or downright bad advice throughout the course of their career. While novice and entry-level employees are generally more susceptible to these pitfalls than those who are veterans in their field, nobody is exempt from receiving wrong information.
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