Logic Of The Day: 05.09.2019.
Hard skills or technical credentials are very important at the start of every career. But as your career progresses, they will gradually matter less, especially if you are keen on making real progress in your career.
Even successful people find their abilities start to decline at some point in their careers, and they take steps to stay relevant.
Today’s world of work won’t be the same tomorrow. That means we need to rethink how we present ourselves as professionals.
Your hard skills may be enough to get you from entry-level to another one up, but to advance higher, and get what you really want, you’ll have to show improvement in other areas as well.
When you are busy getting things done and delivering on your tasks, it’s easy to lose sight of the changing needs of your career. What matters today may not be the only requirement to make it in the next five or ten years.
~ Thomas Oppong (The Hard Skill That Got You The Job is Not What You Need to Build Career Longevity)
@ Logic Consult
“The Career Growth Team”