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  • The ability to expand your mind and strive for lifelong learning is more critical to

  • your success than you think. Don't give up on lifelong learning. Ever. Research shows

  • that it pays beyond the skills you acquire. More than ever before, a challenged, stimulated

  • brain may well be the key to a vibrant later life.

  • Start spending time preparing for the future even when there are important things to do

  • in the present and even when there is no immediately apparent return for your efforts. Begin to

  • plant seeds every day that will yield the best and most fulfilling life now and in the

  • future. These skills can radically improve your life.

  • They may not seem earth shattering at first glance, but you'll be surprised at just

  • how much they can affect your life and career now and for the rest of your productive life.

  • The only person that can really push you a little bit further in life is yourself. Grit

  • is both a trait and a skill. And the good news is, you can cultivate or better still

  • grow your grit to strive for what means a lot to you. It's a skill that can be learned

  • and practiced over time. Grit is associated with perseverance, resilience,

  • ambition, and the need for achievement. It involves maintaining goal-focused effort for

  • extended periods of time. You can develop your capacity for grit. Your

  • response to a challenging situation is more important than the obstacle you face. Ryan

  • Holiday saysthe obstacle is the way”. And you need grit to push through the obstacle

  • every time you face a challenge. The ability to stick with and pursue a goal

  • over a long period is an important indicator of achieving anything worthwhile in life.

  • Grit is a better indicator of success than talent. No matter how talented you think you

  • are, if you don't put in the work, it will amount to nothing.

  • We live in an ever-changing world which is unlikely to slow down. So, what mattered yesterday

  • (e.g. skill, knowledge, social circle, etc.) might not be worth a dime tomorrow. Change

  • used to be slow and incremental: now it is rapid, radical and unpredictable.

  • Adaptability enables us to dwell on new circumstances and stay on top of the situation. Of course,

  • this skill is best when combined with insight, giving us fresh perspective before the change

  • itself. Growth depends on how adaptable you are. To stay relevant, most companies will

  • need people who can change with time.

  • According to research by psychologist Ethan Kross, there's more to the idea ofyour

  • best selfthan life affirmations spoken to your reflection in a mirror.

  • Your best shot at winning against your inner voice is to dare yourself. Start trying, creating

  • and making something you are afraid to do. Don't stop trying, and your inner critic

  • will be proven wrong. You can't give in to the voice that wants

  • to shut you down. You can't give up on yourself. When you fail to identify and separate yourself

  • from this inner critic, you allow it to impact your behavior and shape the direction of your

  • life. Stop looking for what's wrong about you

  • and everything you want to pursue, and see what's right about you instead! Focus more

  • on what could go right instead of wrong. When you catch yourself criticising, stop and be

  • realistic about what can actually happen when you concentrate on getting stuff done instead

  • of thinking about it.

  • Saying YES drives most people insane, but they don't know how to say NO. Stop telling

  • yourself you can't help it. Yes, you can. Stop wasting your time and energy. Especially

  • if you work for yourself. You always have a choice. Choose your work and projects cautiously.

  • Of course, it's not always easy to know if the activity or task in question is worthy

  • of a yes. If what you are accepting to do won't improve,

  • enhance or make you a better person, just say NO and focus on projects that are mutually

  • beneficial to you and the other party. Find tasks that energize you and light you up,

  • and say yes to those instead. You will be a happier and better person in the end.

  • The ability to actively and skillfully conceptualize, apply, analyse, synthesise, and/or evaluate

  • information gathered from, or generated by, observation, experience, reflection, reasoning,

  • or communication, is of immense importance to work.

  • It will continue to be a huge asset to your employer. They are desirable skills you should

  • develop. Decision making and problem solving require gathering reliable information, evaluating

  • the information for a variety of solutions and selecting the most appropriate option

  • based on the criteria and situation. People who can look at problems from a different

  • angle often end up solving them in completely unexpected, often elegant ways. At the same

  • time, they expose how narrowly the majority had viewed the problem, or whether it even

  • was a problem. Creative thinkers are innovative and inventive

  • and are more likely to devise new ways of doing things that add value to the work environment,

  • making systems and procedures more efficient. Creative thinkers can offer new perspectives

  • about the job and the company. And they will be indispensable in the near future.

  • Emotional intelligence plays a role in everything. Highly emotionally intelligent people rank

  • high on responsiveness, empathy, listening, and self-awareness. And they excel at interpersonal

  • interaction. The reason emotional intelligence is so widely

  • valued is pretty simple: “It plays a role in everything,” says A.J. Marsden, a professor

  • of psychology at Beacon College, liketask performance, contextual performance, interactions

  • with customers and peers” — the list goes on.

  • People skills are so important now and will continue to be in high demand in the future.

  • Emotional intelligence allows us to create relationships with others, provides insights

  • into people's motives and allows us to predict responses.

  • Any discipline that benefits from the emotional intelligence that only humans can provide

  • will be in high demand. If you are not a people's person, it's not too late. You can still

  • learn how to better relate with others. You will need soft skills to thrive in the future.

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