Commitment to lifelong learning is one of the critical building blocks of a good career. To reach new levels in your working life, it may help to look at your career in the same way as you approached your school career. Our early years are like elementary school, the years in which we leverage the basics. Mid-career is a key time to seek out opportunities for growth, and movement is often both lateral and upward. Our later-career years are when we can look back and know that we have learned and grown a lot and can share our experiences for the benefit of others.
Have you considered how to build your own career curriculum? For my advice on how to achieve your goals in the early years, mid-career, and in the later years, please check out the following three posts on my LinkedIn: