Logic Of The Day: 05.03.2018

Always Take Mentorship Over Money.
“If you’re early on in your career and they give you a choice between a great mentor or higher pay, take the mentor every time. It’s not even close. And don’t even think about leaving that mentor until your learning curve peaks.

There’s just nothing to me so invaluable in my business, but in many businesses, as great mentors. And a lot of kids are just too short-sighted in terms of going for the short-term money instead of preparing themselves for the longer term.” — Stanley Druckenmiller.

Finding a mentor is the closest thing to a “shorcut” to success. What I learned in school pales in comparison to what I learned from my mentors. Great mentors will help you avoid months or even years of wasted time and effort by gently guiding you away from mistakes that you’re about to make.

People who are in a position to be mentors also have powerful connections at all the right companies, which means you can get your resume on top of the pile when you apply for a new job. Or better yet, they can tell you what companies not to work for.

~ (Excerpts From The Article 7 Best Pieces of Career Advice for People In Their 20s by Raghav Haran)

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