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Tips for Work and Life with Andrew LaCivita

Career coach and award-winning author Andrew LaCivita shares insights on leading a rewarding career and fulfilled life.
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May 2, 2023

Got asked a great question a few weeks back at Live Office Hours.

The person asked if he should stay at his company or transition every 3-4 years.

He has aspirations of being a CEO at some point in the future and was wondering whether the variety or longevity would better position him.

Have you ever wondered this?

You might be thinking, well, Andy, I just need a job. This is moot at the moment.

Or, hey, Andy, you’re a mind-reader!

Well, what do I often say?

“Your trajectory matters much more than where you are at any moment in time […] any moment in time is just that. It’s over in an instant.”

You will eventually be faced with a scenario like this.

And, even if it’s just a matter of changing jobs, you’ll benefit from the philosophy, whys, wherefores, whats, and how-to-thinks in today’s video clip.

Take in at your leisure so you can stay on that not-so-leisurely, skyrocket-like trajectory!

If you'd like to build a great career and lead a rewarding life, check out some of these other places where I share my teachings:

1. Check out the milewalk Academy, my coaching and training site, for freemiums and premiums.

2. I have hundreds of educational and inspirational videos on my YouTube Channel.

3. Grab any of my three books related to interviewing, hiring, and goal setting. All can be found on my Amazon Author Page.

4. Follow me on Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, TikTok, and Facebook.

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--Andy

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