Your experience is overvalued! I know that’s a controversial statement, but I unpack it going into this great conversation with Wade Galt.
Remember that when it comes to experience, as they say in the investing world, past performance is not an indicator of future results. This means that we have to bring our experience into the present and create a value proposition around our skills, insights, wisdom, and talents – as well as our experience – can move the needle in the positions we’re applying to.
Check out this great conversation!
One important point: You don’t want to be what the market tells you you have to be. Take back control of your career narrative and define your value proposition to be something that you do well, that you love to do, and that fills a significant need in the marketplace.