Change your Buts to Ands for Career Success

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I wanted to be a political science professor but I hated doing the research.

I wanted to be a political science professor and I hated doing the research and I found a new career that allowed me to do what I loved the most–helping people learn new things.

Do you see the subtle difference between the “but” and the two “ands”?

But is an ending. A reason why you can’t do the first thing. It’s finished. I wanted to do this but I can’t do it so it’s over.

And gives more possibilities.

When you’re confronted with something negative

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