Find wisdom by learning from your own experiences and listening to your intuition.
Wisdom isn’t connected to intelligence or knowledge. Rather, wisdom is a mindset – a way of looking at life in a more insightful way, without getting distracted and frustrated by day-to-day wins and losses.
When something unfortunate happens to you, you can choose to tap wisdom from that experience, instead of being crushed by it.
Stop seeking wisdom outside of yourself; instead, turn inward. Take advantage of your experience and listen to your intuition.
Giving back does a lot of good – Helping others would actually also have a positive impact on your performance at work as well. In fact, research shows that people who are more giving in a general sense are also better at their jobs: the most effective salespeople are more likely to help both their customers and their colleagues.
Prioritize your well-being: it will actually support your professional success – not jeopardize it.
In fact, taking care of your well-being will actually improve your productivity. That’s because sleep (a major factor in your well-being, as previously noted) increases your level of productivity multiple times over.