How to Turn Your Career Resolutions Into Action
Recently, on a visit to the Newseum in Washington, D.C., I caught an exhibit of iconic photos starring some of the greatest athletes of our time. Many of the images were taken by famed sports photographer Walter Iooss, Jr., and in the center of the room, under glass, I discovered something that captured my attention far more than the shots of Michael Jordan in mid-air.
It was a series of handwritten journals from Iooss himself.
But they weren’t personal journals; they were career journals that Iooss used to archive past work and plans for future assignments. As I stood there, captivated by the detail and care Iooss put into each of them, I decided to create a journal of my own. In fact, we should all be creating career journals to help us move faster and more strategically from where we are now to where we want to be in our lives.
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