Climb the Corporate Ladder: Mastering the Art of Frequent Job Promotions
Solving the mystery behind getting promoted.
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When it comes to Agile, we know that always getting better isn't just a technique, it's a journey. We take steps forward with sprints and iterations and look back with retrospectives and backlogs, always learning and adjusting to make our outcomes even better.
The same thing goes for our own personal and career growth.
We need to keep on learning and improving to reach mastery.
Imagine yourself as a ship 🚢 in the vast ocean of your professional life.
There are two ways you can set sail:
Drifting with the currents: Doing just enough to stay afloat, or
Charting your course: Taking charge and steering towards unexplored horizons.
Parallel to these attitudes are two perspectives toward climbing the corporate ladder: