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ADVICE FROM WILEY
What do you wish
someone had told you
when you were 22 and
starting your career?
- Jason Womack, Your Best Just Got Better
People remember. And, people
like to talk about themselves.
Be the person that g...
Most of what you need to know you
still have to learn. Be a voracious learner.
Be willing to do whatever is asked. Show
up...
People remember. And, people like to talk
about themselves. Be the person that gets
them to talk about themself* and... th...
Don’t worry so much.
You’re going to have so much fun!
There’s a fabulous life ahead of you, full of adventure and love an...
Follow your passion. It so often
leads you to your purpose. You
may not know what your passion is
right now. That’s ok. Th...
I wish I knew I could fail fast
and learn fasterer.
- Chris Brogan, The Freaks Shall Inherit the Earth
@chrisbrogan
People remember. And, people like to talk
about themselves. Be the person that gets
them to talk about themself* and... th...
If you have an idea, a passion, a dream;
don’t wait to be ”invited to do it.”
In the words of the Goddess Nike (or was it ...
Break the rules.
Change the rules.
Change the game.
Not all the time, of course,
but more often than you realize.
- Bruce ...
Go to graduate school only if you
need the credential for your career
or you can’t bear not to study the
subject. Don’t go...
People remember. And, people like to talk
about themselves. Be the person that gets
them to talk about themself* and... th...
When I was 22 years old, I never would have suspected that
telling people exactly what you think in a very respectful
way—...
Use yourself to make other
people successful. Indeed, any
success I’ve enjoyed has always
been the product of my interacti...
I wish someone had helped me see
that life is significantly richer and more
fulfilling if we focus less on our status,
our...
People remember. And, people like to talk
about themselves. Be the person that gets
them to talk about themself* and... th...
Don’t let your fear and self-doubt
hold you back from reaching your
full potential.
- Bonnie Marcus, The Politics of Promo...
Make an effort to develop strong relationships
that are both personal and professional. As you
embark on this new post-col...
Think first, speak last.
Ask, don’t tell.
- Frances Hesselbein, My Life in Leadership &
editor of Leader to Leader
@ToServ...
People remember. And, people like to talk
about themselves. Be the person that gets
them to talk about themself* and... th...
I had a poster in my college freshman residence hall room of a
Japanese proverb that said, “None of us is as smart as all ...
At 22, I wish I had known that staying true to my
beliefs is the only way to make work meaningful.
Instead of behaving the...
Never stop learning!
There’s a world of inspiration out there
waiting for you to jump in headfirst!
- Dummies Man
@fordumm...
For more valuable information
as you start and build your
career, visit…
http://bit.ly/IfWileyWere22
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It has been a long time since Wiley was 22 (that was back in 1829!) but 22 of our authors & leaders had a lot to say in response to SlideShare's question: What do you wish you had known at 22?

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#IfIWere22 Advice from Wiley

  1. 1. #IfIWere22 22If I Were ADVICE FROM WILEY
  2. 2. What do you wish someone had told you when you were 22 and starting your career?
  3. 3. - Jason Womack, Your Best Just Got Better People remember. And, people like to talk about themselves. Be the person that gets them to talk about themselves* and... they’ll remember you. *Ok, here’s the deal: Get them to tell you something that’s challenging to them. THEN, follow up with some information they can use to handle that challenge. Talk about a way to be remembered! @JasonWomack
  4. 4. Most of what you need to know you still have to learn. Be a voracious learner. Be willing to do whatever is asked. Show up early. Volunteer. Stay connected to friends, family, and mentors. Life is mostly about showing up and working hard. - José Bowen, Teaching Naked @josebowen
  5. 5. People remember. And, people like to talk about themselves. Be the person that gets them to talk about themself* and... they’ll remember you. *Ok, here’s the deal: Get them to tell you something that’s challenging to them. THEN, follow up with some information they can use to handle that challenge. Talk about a way to be remembered! Your success will come down to two things: the skill and the slog. Skill comes from getting good at what you do by commitment (to getting better) and practicing (to get there). I thought at some point both would end — I’d somehow be deemed ”competent” and I could just set myself to career cruise. Turns out you never stop honing your skill, and the hard work never ends. Which, I’ve realized, is awesome. - Ann Handley, Everybody Writes @annhandley
  6. 6. Don’t worry so much. You’re going to have so much fun! There’s a fabulous life ahead of you, full of adventure and love and laughter. Enjoy this time and know that everything is happening just as it should be. You’re going to get your heart broken and you will make a few bad mistakes, but you’ll look back and smile and only wish you could do it all again. Because it was, and is, all absolutely wonderful. That’s what I would tell my 22 year old self. - Robbin Phillips, The Passion Conversation @robbinphillips
  7. 7. Follow your passion. It so often leads you to your purpose. You may not know what your passion is right now. That’s ok. The important thing is to make it your life mission to find it, live it, and share it. To help find your passion, seek out jobs and experiences that allow you to use your strengths and gifts. Do what energizes you. - Jon Gordon, The Energy Bus @JonGordon11
  8. 8. I wish I knew I could fail fast and learn fasterer. - Chris Brogan, The Freaks Shall Inherit the Earth @chrisbrogan
  9. 9. People remember. And, people like to talk about themselves. Be the person that gets them to talk about themself* and... they’ll remember you. *Ok, here’s the deal: Get them to tell you something that’s challenging to them. THEN, follow up with some information they can use to handle that challenge. Talk about a way to be remembered! Have no fear. Try new things. Take that international gig or other challenging role. You never want to look back on your career when you’re older and have regrets about not doing something. - David Meerman Scott, The New Rules of Marketing & PR @dmscott
  10. 10. If you have an idea, a passion, a dream; don’t wait to be ”invited to do it.” In the words of the Goddess Nike (or was it the shoe?) – JUST DO IT. - Scott Rogers, Level Up! The Guide to Great Video Game Design @mightybedbug
  11. 11. Break the rules. Change the rules. Change the game. Not all the time, of course, but more often than you realize. - Bruce Schneier, Secrets and Lies
  12. 12. Go to graduate school only if you need the credential for your career or you can’t bear not to study the subject. Don’t go because you can’t think of anything else to do. - Arthur Levine, Generation on a Tightrope @ArthurELevine
  13. 13. People remember. And, people like to talk about themselves. Be the person that gets them to talk about themself* and... they’ll remember you. *Ok, here’s the deal: Get them to tell you something that’s challenging to them. THEN, follow up with some information they can use to handle that challenge. Talk about a way to be remembered! 1. Establish a wingman or a personal board of directors and find a mentor or two. The road to success in life is a bumpy one. Wingmen help to avoid a devastating crash. 2. Take time first thing every morning to get quiet. Carve out small windows of time to contemplate and reflect on where you’ve been and where you want to be. 3. Establish a system of solid rituals and habits. Your habits are great predictors of what your life will become because what you do and how you act speak volumes. - Joe Sweeney, Moving the Needle @NetworkingJoe
  14. 14. When I was 22 years old, I never would have suspected that telling people exactly what you think in a very respectful way—giving them your honest opinion—would turn out to be an enormous competitive advantage. It turns out that many senior leaders are looking for people to tell them what they really think and what makes sense, instead of just having people only say what they think the leader wants to hear. - Harry Kraemer, Becoming the Best @HarryKraemerJr
  15. 15. Use yourself to make other people successful. Indeed, any success I’ve enjoyed has always been the product of my interactions with others, their energy, talents, and wisdom. There is truth in the adage: What goes around, comes around. - Barry Posner, The Leadership Challenge & The Student Leadership Challenge
  16. 16. I wish someone had helped me see that life is significantly richer and more fulfilling if we focus less on our status, our income, or entertaining ourselves and more on being contented, loving well, and doing what we can to serve the greater good. - Matt Tenney, Serve to Be Great @MattTenney1
  17. 17. People remember. And, people like to talk about themselves. Be the person that gets them to talk about themself* and... they’ll remember you. *Ok, here’s the deal: Get them to tell you something that’s challenging to them. THEN, follow up with some information they can use to handle that challenge. Talk about a way to be remembered! I wished someone had told me that I was capable of way more than I thought and to be far more ambitious than I was. I wished they’d told me to expect setbacks and be patient when my efforts didn’t lead to instant success. And most of all, I wished someone had looked me in the eye and told me never to compare my weaknesses to others strengths but to focus on what I did really well and truly enjoyed doing. Because I’ve learned that we can never fail when we pursue a path we are passionate about. - Margie Warrell, Brave @margiewarrell
  18. 18. Don’t let your fear and self-doubt hold you back from reaching your full potential. - Bonnie Marcus, The Politics of Promotion @selfpromote
  19. 19. Make an effort to develop strong relationships that are both personal and professional. As you embark on this new post-college adventure, keep in mind that you will appreciate guidance and mentorship along the way. So be on the lookout for new diverse connections that can open up your world and mind to new ideas. First impressions are really important, so try to be conscientious of the personal brand you project to the world even during outside the office hours. Be open to feedback even when it isn’t delivered in the most appealing or encouraging way. Try to sort through the words and use it as an opportunity to grow your impact. Make time for your passions and don’t lose sight of your long term goals as you build experiences and develop new skills. Enjoy every minute and try not to be so hard on yourself! - Joan Snyder Kuhl, Peter Drucker’s Five Most Important Questions @joankuhl
  20. 20. Think first, speak last. Ask, don’t tell. - Frances Hesselbein, My Life in Leadership & editor of Leader to Leader @ToServeIsToLive
  21. 21. People remember. And, people like to talk about themselves. Be the person that gets them to talk about themself* and... they’ll remember you. *Ok, here’s the deal: Get them to tell you something that’s challenging to them. THEN, follow up with some information they can use to handle that challenge. Talk about a way to be remembered! Value yourself and skills more than feels natural so that you don’t let others take advantage of your kindness. - C.C. Chapman, Amazing Things Will Happen @cc_chapman
  22. 22. I had a poster in my college freshman residence hall room of a Japanese proverb that said, “None of us is as smart as all of us!” This was a critical message to be inclusive, seek diverse ideas from diverse people, and collaboratively build meaning from the wisdom of the whole group. It became foundational to our relational leadership model. - Susan R. Komives, Exploring Leadership @SusanKomives Life is not about BALANCING family, work, and other commitments. It is about engaging in all aspects of one’s life with joy and energy.
  23. 23. At 22, I wish I had known that staying true to my beliefs is the only way to make work meaningful. Instead of behaving the way you think you’re “supposed to,” take the time to develop your own values – I’ve learned that being open to travel, working across cultures (which requires being humble, curious, and open), and testing your own comfort is a powerful way to discover your strength. And to the extent that I’ve learned to lead at all, I know I’m only scratching the surface. Leadership is hard work, a never-ending learning experience, and as rewarding as anything – but it’s also impossible to master, which is good, because that forestalls complacency, listening, seeking out mentors, constantly checking yourself for complacency or arrogance – and then live by them. Finally, make your family your partners on the ride, and truly value and honor their work and their passions way above your own. That took me a while to get. - Mark Allin, CEO Wiley
  24. 24. Never stop learning! There’s a world of inspiration out there waiting for you to jump in headfirst! - Dummies Man @fordummies
  25. 25. For more valuable information as you start and build your career, visit… http://bit.ly/IfWileyWere22

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