Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Episode 45: Finding a Replacement for 'What Do You Do?'

Why define yourself by the constraints of typical topical titles? There's much more to the work that you do and why you do it: your motivation, your fulfillment, your service to others.

Instead of asking people what they do, ask more probing questions that get at the heart of what makes them tick. And always remember that there's someone far more powerful than executives or boards in charge.

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