One helpful tip per day:)
Sasha Chapin has collected a number of friends' life advice and offers her own insights:
- Remember What Used to Work, Then Do It Again
- When Choosing a Life Path, Think About What Contexts It’ll Place You In
- Minor Barriers Aren’t Minor
- If You Put Behavior Into the World, You Get Behavior Out
- Don’t Blunder
- It’s Unlikely for People to Be Extreme on Many Dimensions
- Listening Is in Your Interest, Even If You’re Totally
A friend who recently asked me if he should take up a new job offer, in his opinion, there were pros and cons to the current job and the new opportunity. Without giving an obvious answer, I asked him a number of questions to hear what he really thought (point 7), including what he thought of his current job and what he expected for the future (point 2). It was also difficult for him to choose between the two job opportunities because, either way, he would have a good career and not make a big mistake (point 5). However, he was a bit worried that the probationary period of going to a new job would make him concerned, as he had been in this self-imposed dilemma every time before (the opposite of point 1). After a long chat, I didn't have a final answer, but advised him to think about what he valued most, and then the rest of the choices would be much easier.
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Sasha Chapin 汇集了不少朋友的人生建议，并给出了自己的见解：
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