3. Learn from small successes the same way you do from big ones. Learning something new about your profession is never a waste. It’s a way of future-proofing your career!

4. Picking up new skills is vital, but proficiency requires practice. The practice part is where you need to focus.

5. When you screw up, speak up quickly and apologize. With sincerity.

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