Most everyone has figured out that performance expectations keep going up. To put it bluntly, we face the challenge of doing more in less time. That’s not about to change. In the past, those with lots of experience fared well. But not today. Experience can hold you back; it’s like running against a strong wind. Experience is about what you’ve done in the past, and it has value in a never-changing environment. On the other hand, expertise prepares you for what you have to do next, so you can face the future with confidence. So how can you transition from experience to expertise … from looking backward for answers to looking to the future for solutions. Here’re 17 ways to do it:
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