If your career starts at 25, and the average retirement age is 65, and each role (each “swing”) is roughly a 5-year journey, that’s 8 trips to the plate and then you’re done.
Whatever you accomplish for yourself in those 8 trips—whether it be playing a meaningful role in a company, building your own, mentoring others, making a meaningful contribution to society, achieving your own definition of financial freedom, etc.—defines the totality of your career.
For some people, it’s one swing: the job they got out of college became their job for life (either they got comfortable, fulfilled a dream, or were afraid of the next transition,). For others, it’s 16 trips to the plate or more: new opportunities present themselves and are jumped on with ferocity, and roles are changed every 2.5 years.
But one aspect of career progression that doesn’t get talked enough about is the importance of both recognizing and capitalizing on exponential, serendipitous moments.
In this “mini-book” you will learn:
Short, sweet, and jam-packed with incredibly valuable insights, this “mini-book” will challenge you to think: what if things could turn out better than you had ever imagined for yourself?