James Bellerjeau is a researcher, lecturer and he is the ACC docket career path columnist. In this episode, @jamesbellerjeau talks to @sivaramanswaminathan4406 about what he believes is career success and how career success is about having internal benchmarks and being satisfied with what you want to do rather than what the world wants you to do. He talks about how to achieve excellence in small incremental steps, the fact that you need to look at contemplative questions about how to balance your personal values and beliefs with company philosophy and the importance of having personal benchmarks and being satisfied with doing a good job and achieving mastery and excellence in what you need to do and being convinced that you have given your best in the job. And that is really key to achieving personal and professional success. James draws upon his two-decade experience as an S&P 500 General Counsel, as well as his earlier studies in psychology, law, and business. Listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Anchor | Google Podcasts For show notes and earlier guest interviews, please visit www.contraminds.com To sign up for our weekly newsletter, please visit https://contraminds.substack.com/ Connect with James Connect with Swami Connect with Vignesh Connect with us LinkedIN Instagram Facebook Website This episode was made possible by the great folks at Effortless.
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