Bill Gates says people with these 3 skills will be successful in the future job market

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If you’re thinking about what’s next for your career, consider taking the advice that Microsoft co-founder and self-described futurist Bill Gates has about the job market. He frequently works with inventors and industry disrupters, reads books about the future of humanity and funds projects to advance communities. Read More – What not to say when an interviewer asks, ‘What’s your dream job?’ And based on the data he’s collected, Gates concludes that people with three backgrounds will be the most in-demand from here on out: science, engineering and economics.  Workers proficient in those subjects will be “the…

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Your Dressing Can Play A Very Important Role In Your Success

Do you ever wonder if your dressing can make you successful? The answer is YES, it can. Your dressing affects you psychologically and can influence your body language. If you want your outfit to have a positive impact on your mind and your body, then pull out your formal clothes! Formal attire not only looks sharp and professional but automatically makes you feel strong and influential. On the contrary, if you’re in your pajamas all day, you won’t be able to even crawl out of bed. As comfortable clothing makes…

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Stop Doing These Things Immediately If You Wish To Succeed In Life.


We all have dreams and goals which we wish to achieve in our lives. While chasing our goals we tend to ignore the habits which might put obstacles in our path towards success. In order to become successful, we need to keep track of our habits so we can distinguish the productive habits from the ones which cause harm. Doubt Never doubt yourself. Doubting yourself is a destructive habit to have, which prevents you from ever succeeding in life. If you think that in tight spots you only fail and…

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How To Go From Successful To Very Successful (and why most people can’t do it)

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Many people want success more than anything else. And they’ll sacrifice everything to have it — which is often the cost of admission. by Benjamin P. Hardy. Many people want success more than anything else. And they’ll sacrifice everything to have it — which is often the cost of admission. But there’s a problem. Sustaining success, and going beyond success is nearly impossible for most people. Hence Greg McKeown, author of Essentialism, questions, “Why don’t successful people and organizations automatically become very successful?” McKeown’s answer is succinct: Success is a catalyst for failure. Being invisible is easy.…

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