Four obvious pieces (and one not-so-obvious piece of advice) on starting your career brilliantly
Heidi Hackemer, founder of Wolf & Wilhelmine, offers some advice on starting out in the creative industry.
At this point in your career, you’re highly replaceable - sorry, it’s true. You don’t know much of anything yet. You’re going to make mistakes. And because of that, someone’s gotta have faith in you, put time and energy into you and teach you. And all of this is 100% okay. We’ve all been there.
But if you don’t do some basic things, you will be replaced. So first, four rather obvious things to keep in mind...
Number one: It’s about your hustle
Work hard. Really really hard.
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