Not all advice you will receive throughout your life and career will be good for you. In this episode of Getting Work To Work, I share about the importance of developing and fine-tuning your filter of advice so that you are able to discount what is not helpful, think about what is useful, and apply what is important.
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Five Ways You Can Fine-Tune Your Filter for Advice
- Know who you are, what you want, and what you do. But more than that: Be okay with it.
- Experiment with new ideas before you accept them at face value.
- Look for the proof: numbers (the bottom line, not vanity metric) and stories of impact.
- Know where your customers come from and be there.
- Don’t forget to work.