Measuring Progress in Communications Careers (PR Expanded Guest Post)

I was thinking about the progress we make in life the other day after reading a Tweet that said achieving success is about putting one foot in front of the other.

I remembered something my former boss at Morgan Stanley told me about progress being a series of steep inclines and plateaus.

On the inclines we learn the most and are the most uncomfortable (steep slopes are scary). On the plateaus we consolidate.

I turned these thoughts into an article for the PR Expanded Blog as a guide to helping communicators understand where they are in their careers and how to measure progress. 

Click here to read the article.

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