Recently, I was asked to reflect on my nearly 30 year career with some “lessons learned”. For what it is worth, here is what I surmised at the time of writing….
1. Remember why you started and where you came from. This perspective is helpful to appreciate and to empathize.
2. Learning only stops when you stop looking for ways to improve.
3. If you want to be heard, respected, or listened-to, don’t shout from “on high” while standing on a platform of your accomplishments, model and speak from a podium of humility.