Sometimes, self-reflection is the best medicine to surviving a high-intensity workplace. At the bank, one had to constantly reflect back on past decisions and positions taken to learn from past mistakes BUT never allowing oneself to succumb to negativeness. By learning from errors and understanding how you deal with intensity, one can decide on how to motivate, how to manage risks and what changes to make to ensure survival.

HBR did a piece on this idea this past month:


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