“When you want to make career progress, you probably start thinking of all the things you need to do:

  • Take on additional responsibilities.
  • Seek more education.
  • Add new skill sets.

And while all those things are valid, there’s also tremendous value in knowing what not to do.

Instead of a career “to-do” list, try making a “to-don’t” list.

‘To-don’ts’ are things and people that zap your energy, prevent or stagnate your progress, and are out of alignment with your goals. And like “to-do’s,” they play a crucial role in whether or not you advance professionally.”

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Are Our Brains Wired to Quiet Quit?

January 3rd, 2023|

In this article written for the Harvard Business Review, Dr. David Rock and Jay Dixit provide neuro-science based knowledge around the trending term, 'quiet quitting.'