Words from the Wise 7: Abraham Lincoln
This is a series of posts that uses a quotation by a famous person from history to make a point about career management. Take a moment to reflect and see whether you can start using this wisdom as you start managing your career.
Abraham Lincoln said:
“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” Abraham Lincoln
Proteus Career Management says:
“Most people, at whatever level, on losing their job, immediately start to apply for new positions without any thought for the preparation that would make the whole process of self-marketing so much easier.”
The lesson? “Plan, prepare, practise.”
Dr Mike Warren says:
Abraham Lincoln certainly gets the message home to all those of us who take our careers seriously – without preparation it’s almost a waste of time starting out on the journey. Planning, preparation and practice are the keys to coping with unexpected career events.
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