I had the pleasure of chatting to Jenny Blake late last night, host of the Pivot podcast and author of Pivot, the book which has been referred to as the Lean Startup meeting a personal playbook for career change.We geeked out on all manner of topics - but honed in on her concept of pivoting, that is - changing career direction, not by doing a full 180, but by keeping one foot planted and focusing on your strengths.
I explore one of the key learnings from this conversation in this instalment of Fast Fix Friday.
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