Reality #3: Guiding and advising you during new tasks and projects takes time, and time is money.
This series arose after an experience I had with a fellow YP – or young professional - that I think we all could benefit from discussing: the quintessential young professional value of being paid for output and not input has replaced the value of “pay your dues,” which was embraced by prior generations. Check out Part 1 for the back story. A few years ago, I was a YP expressing my desire to be paid for output and not input, and my boss's response is the best I have ever heard regarding this topic.
Reality #2: It takes 10 years to get 10 years’ experience. There are no shortcuts.
This series arose after an experience I recently had with a fellow YP – or young professional that I think we all could benefit from discussing. Check out Part 1 for the back story. The quintessential young professional value of the 21st century: Pay me for output, not for input!