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"Barker spoke to Harvard Business School professor Gautam Mukunda and Mukunda boiled it down to two steps, based on the Leadership Filtration Theory that he developed:

1. Know yourself. You can ask yourself: What are my""signature strengths?"" Those are the skills you're particularly good at.

2. Pick the right pond. Barker recommends asking yourself:""Which companies, institutions, and situations value what I do?""
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The bottom line is that you'll have to do some serious introspection: Are you a rule-breaker? A rule follower? Somewhere in between? And then you'll have to be honest with yourself about which environments you're best suited for. Maybe it's not the corporate world; maybe it's not starting your own company.
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Always do what you do best in a place where you will shine. If you can't shine, at least find a place where the company can be supportive of your skill.
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The question that bothers me now is, what happens to those people who are in the middle? Can being in the middle also mean success?
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The question that bothers me now is, what happens to those people who are in the middle? Can being in the middle also mean success?
I believe that regardless where you are in the career world, success is defined by you. As long as you are doing what you want where you are with loving people around, I think it can be considered a success.
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By knowing your strengths better, you can identify and appreciate others’. This is a critical workplace asset that can change how you interact with everyone today. You may find that some of the idiosyncrasies that annoy you in others actually represent their strengths; theirs are different than yours.
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First believe your self and do your work properly
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Networking, connections. 😎
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Believe your self is the first thing
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Before you can achieve success, you will have to define what success means to you. While it may take years to realize what you want to do with your life, identifying your passions, interests, and values will help you set goals and give your life a sense of meaning.
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Do lose our hope
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If you know your strengths then you become more confident. You'll also be more effective in your job knowing you are competent at what you do.
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I believe that regardless where you are in the career world, success is defined by you. As long as you are doing what you want where you are with loving people around, I think it can be considered a success.
Yes, success is not just measured by wealth alone. In fact, I believe it is measured by a person's happiness and sense of fulfillment.
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Knowing your strengths is a huge boost in confidence and clarity that comes from a greater appreciation of how valuable you are.
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Finding out what you are good at will allow you to save time on having to re-learn a skill or job. Not that you are trying to study or check out your other career options, but if you are, knowing which talents or skills you have will help you narrow your choices right away.
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