As a professional, you might not know just how much potential you have in your career. There are many factors that can impact your career success, but one of the most significant ones is underestimating our own skills and abilities.

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As a leader, you probably had your fair share of unpredictable challenges in 2020. You also likely learned some difficult lessons—lessons you should keep in mind as you plan for the coming year.

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The end of the year is a struggle for everyone. But if you're an executive, you might feel yourself falling into more of a slump this year.

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It's impossible to ignore the positive impact reading can have on your career. There have been countless studies detailing the benefits of reading, and executives would be mistaken not to make time to read every day.

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At some point in our careers, we'll likely experience burnout to some degree. It's often hard to admit to ourselves when we are burned out. For leaders, doing so can prove to be even more difficult.

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It's common to feel unmotivated at work every now and then. With the help of a good leader, though, those days where we lack motivation can be few and far between.

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All successful people have had their fair share of failures. For executives, experiencing failure is not only part of the job, but one of the biggest opportunities for you to prove how good of a leader you really are.

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