Principles: Two Jobs

Imagine how much more productive we could be if we stopped spending time trying to get recognized for the “good work” we do. Let this quote wake you up to the fact that intelligent CEO’s and people in positions of power see right through this and want your objective work to speak for itself.

As Harvard developmental psychologist Bob Kegan, who has studied Bridgewater, likes to say, in most companies people are doing two jobs: their actual job and the job of managing others’ impressions of how they’re doing their job.” -Ray Dalio (pg.311)


Principles: Life and Work


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