Maximize Your Potential: Grow Your Expertise, Take Bold Risks & Build an Incredible Career #2020

Maximize Your Potential: Grow Your Expertise, Take Bold Risks & Build an Incredible Career By Jocelyn K. Glei Maximize Your Potential Grow Your Expertise Take Bold Risks Build an Incredible Career Success isn t about being the best It s about always getting better Can you step outside your comfort zone Bounce back from failure Build new skills Tapping into your true potential is no idle endeavo
  • Title: Maximize Your Potential: Grow Your Expertise, Take Bold Risks & Build an Incredible Career
  • Author: Jocelyn K. Glei
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  • Maximize Your Potential: Grow Your Expertise, Take Bold Risks & Build an Incredible Career By Jocelyn K. Glei Success isn t about being the best It s about always getting better.Can you step outside your comfort zone Bounce back from failure Build new skills Tapping into your true potential is no idle endeavor It demands creativity, dedication, and a whole lot of hustle.With wisdom from 21 leading creative minds, 99U s Maximize Your Potential will show you how to generate newSuccess isn t about being the best It s about always getting better.Can you step outside your comfort zone Bounce back from failure Build new skills Tapping into your true potential is no idle endeavor It demands creativity, dedication, and a whole lot of hustle.With wisdom from 21 leading creative minds, 99U s Maximize Your Potential will show you how to generate new opportunities, cultivate your creative expertise, build valuable relationships, and take bold, new risks so that you can utilize your talents to the fullest.Maximize Your Potential features contributions from Teresa Amabile, Sunny Bates, Michael Bungay Stanier, David Burkus, John Caddell, Ben Casnocha, Jack Cheng, Jonathan Fields, Joshua Foer, Jocelyn K Glei, Heidi Grant Halvorson, Frans Johansson, Steffen Landauer, Mark McGuinness, Cal Newport, Robert Safian, Michael Schwalbe, Tony Schwartz, Tina Seelig, and Scott H Young Plus, a foreword from Behance founder CEO Scott Belsky.
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    1. Jocelyn K. Glei

      Jocelyn K Glei is a writer who s obsessed with how we can find creativity and meaning in our daily work Her latest book, Unsubscribe, is a modern guide to killing email anxiety, avoiding distraction, and getting real work done Her previous works include Manage Your Day to Day, Maximize Your Potential, and Make Your Mark, which offer pragmatic, actionable advice for creatives on managing their time, their careers, and their businesses She was formerly the founding director of the 99U Conference and editor of 99u, which earned two Webby Awards for Best Cultural Blog and a rabid fan base of productivity nerds She lives in Los Angeles and online at jkglei.

    424 thoughts on “Maximize Your Potential: Grow Your Expertise, Take Bold Risks & Build an Incredible Career”

    1. Maximize Your Potential is a shallow collection of short essays written by some experts and mostly psuedo experts citing case studies and unsourced studies show to make a case for its many obvious claims The book is dedicated to those who strive I d argue those people, with whom I identify, are disappointed by the content in this book With advice like be the better you and cultivate your luck quotient, how could we not be So as not to be completely derisive, I will point out a couple highlights [...]


    2. Overall, this 99U book is a good read It is what I like to call a cocktail of modern career advice If you aren t following a lot of the Tim Ferriss of the personal development era, then these collections of essays will be very rewarding While each essay holds up well, if you are familiar with a lot of these writers, then you might not get as much excitement from the material But that isn t to say it isn t worth the read Given its length, it s still worth reading and having that information in on [...]


    3. WoW So much to learn from this book The second in series and an incredible sequel of Manage your day to day link amzn 2lkpOXe Seriously, there re no words enough to explain the greatness of this book, a fabulous compilation of stories, lessons and teachings of some rare and successful persons Why just four stars Simply, bcoz earlier one was beyond my expectations and this one is some what repetition and extension of earlier book.I honestly recommend you to read If not, then at least go though th [...]



    4. While the tips in this book are new enough to the business world to avoid being cliche, there are still very few concrete and actionable tips for an ordinary individual to use For instance, what does accept uncertainty mean in a person s career How do you put that into practice This book, like many other self help books, fails in that regard A few of the contributors did offer helpful and practical advice though, so the book wasn t a total bust.Disclaimer I received a free copy of this book thro [...]



    5. The first book of Maximize Your potential was impressive for reading, however a lot of inspiration and bright ideas could be found in this book as well I would imagine that in various stages of my live the book gives me different information and different insights of my life attitude.Book highlights extracts The possibilities are infinite But so, too, are the responsibilities Having that abilitiy brings the lead of your own development on to you, do not wait for the manager,that would guide you [...]


    6. Reading 99U books there are 3 of them so far is like going to a creative conference inside a book There are carefully selected speakers with different background and expertise, talks are short and right to the point There are talks that are relevant to you, and also there are ones that are not so But overall, there are always things you can take away, you want to jot down to your notebook or underline in the book And, just like 99U conference, talks are not superficial motivational BS They give [...]


    7. Decent book This is a collection of essays on four major themes to maximize your potential If you are at all following any online gurus on productivity, creativity, and the like, you will hear several familiar voices here Lots of great insights but not necessarily a cohesive tome There is not a through line or a thesis here that is easily apparent This book is best read an essay at at time, leaving space for reflection and adjustment before moving on to the next Not a bad book but easily not one [...]


    8. Extremely useful This book, along with the first in the series Manage Your Day to Day is a well selected set of short articles from a wide range of productive, creative people It s a short, engaging, interesting read that delivers very valuable, practical wisdom.


    9. If you can get past the terrible foreword which makes it sound as if the book was written for entitled pricks , this is actually a great list of thoughts and action items on various important topics for someone s career.




    10. This was a quick and fairly useful book There are several useful practical steps and insightful ideas presented The structure of the book was problematic because the chapters were so short and always ended with a short description about the author and their work It seemed like having commercials in between each of the lessons The overall effect was that the story of the book was disrupted and it seemed like small sound bites of information from different people rather than a coherent and consist [...]


    11. This is an incredible book, and by far one of my favorite and most useful books on my bookshelf To first give context, this book is a series of short essays by 21 different thought leaders The essays are organized by the topic of professional advice 1 creating opportunities, 2 building expertise, 3 cultivating relationships, and 4 taking risks This makes it especially useful and unique because you get such a diverse range of advice, research, case studies, and storytelling that very effectively [...]


    12. The book is a collection of essays grouped into four categories opportunities, expertise, relationships, and risks Since the essays are short, most lack examples and depth that would provide insights to the reader For example, one essay states that in this age of flux, the most important skill is the ability to get new skills Obviously, being a quick learner is a valuable trait to have However, suggesting that you try things, particularly outside of your usual experiences, is not very useful.


    13. There re several valuable points to learn from the book, but they don t go into detail so basically, don t expect much This book is suitable for someone who s at the beginning of a career and want to have a good glimpse of planing his her career journey I am absolutely in love with the author s writing but the book is rather too shallow in general.T m t t s ch ti ng Vi t drive.google file d 1cMKr


    14. Solid advice on career building, self improvement with the help of peer groups , risk taking and cultivating creativity The used blog interview format I found very easy to follow and the advice comes from true life experts who accomplished what they teach you.I will reread this one, just as I did with the first book in the series Manage your Day to day.


    15. This is a great book for anyone out there that wants to build a strong career for themselves It is full of great tips, advice, and research from all kinds of successful people in a wide range of fields I would highly recommend, especially if you are someone who maybe fells lost or is doubting their ability to create something successful for themselves.


    16. Each chapter features a different author expert with a unique but complimentary point of view A quick, but thought provoking read.





    17. Great inspiration for your career especially for those who just started or just founded what you want to do.


    18. Some great quotes and links to the experts websites as well as some thought provoking techniques in understanding how to create a happier, healthier career outlook.


    19. Surprised at how good this book isI didn t have high expectations for this book,but it turned out to be a great book Pretty short, concise, well written I recommend this book.


    20. Practical views to persue your dreams with calculated risksPractical views to persue your dreams with calculated risks and change for better Continuous Development and learning is key to success.


    21. A little book of unconventional insightsI ve won this book in Giveaway and liked it enough to finish it within two to three days The book contains insights from creative people who are well established in their respective fields, and there are people contributing from diverse fields tackling issues that are relevant to average Joes Janes I think people trying to break away from THE traditional world of work will benefit from this book.cially the people thinking of a start up.My favorite idea ins [...]


    22. First Reads Giveaway Book For those wanting to develop their creative capabilities comes a new book from 99U It s recent 2013 book, Maximize Your Potential Grow Your Expertise, Take Bold Risks Build an Incredible Careeris a collection of almost two dozen short essays written by successful innovative experts.It s edited by Jocelyn Glei, Director of the 99U, an organization that strives to help others make ideas happen The name of this organization is derived from Thomas Edison s quote, Genius is [...]


    23. Maximize Your Potential is a great collection of essays aimed primarily at creative professionals As with any book of this kind, the advice contained within is only as good as you want it to be From the minds behind 99u a fantastic creative resource this collection is meant to highlight best practices and Glei has gathered a slew of creative forces to drop their insight on four key areas they believe will help with long term success.1 Identifying and creating new opportunities2 Cultivating Your [...]


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