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By Thom Singer, CSP

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“What are the worst and the best outcomes that can happen to you because of this choice?”

I ask this question of my mentees, Nic and Jake, on a regular basis. They are ambitious young executives in different industries who sought me out for career guidance. After five years we have developed close friendships, but my role as mentor is to help them realize a variety of points of view in order to make thoughtful choices. I give truthful and timely advice, but in the end, they have to make their own decisions.

Navigating a career over the long run is never easy, but it can become more manageable if you have trusted advisors in place. When there are unknown changes in your future, you do not want to face them alone.

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