"What's the biggest mistake you've ever made in your career?"
I asked THIS question to my online community.
Here are their biggest regrets.
#1: Considering money as the sole reason when making a career change.
#2: Not having enough self-belief in my own skills and abilities.
#3: The degree I studied so hard for did not give me a job advantage.
#4: Asking for a salary lower than what I wanted because I was afraid of rejection.
#5: Not jumping companies every few years for a better experience and salary bumps.
#6: I thought my hard work was the only way to advance.
The thing is...
Making mistakes is part of the process.
But learning from mistakes is how you truly grow.
At every career level, it requires a better version of you.
So, Friend, what's your biggest career mistake?