“With a polo shirt and pliers, you can walk into any computer room.”
One thing you realize as you get deeper into your career is how little the people you think are experts truly know.
As an amateur, you imagine your boss or your seniors having solutions to all the problems they encounter, but experts don’t have all the answers. Often they are figuring things out as they go –just like you– but they have a deep sense of confidence in their ability to find and apply answers to their work.
In this episode, Isaac shares his story of figuring this out first hand while installing cables as a sixteen-year-old.
In this episode:
- Lessons learned installing cables at car dealerships at 16
- The power of confidence – Responding calmly to chaos
- Everyone is making it up as they go
- What “Do you know how to fix it?” really means
- Confidently learning as you go
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