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From Account Executive to Senior Account Manager - four tips on getting ahead

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16:00 PM | 15 July 2016
by Charlotte Wheatley
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From her three and a half year journey from a grad Account Executive (AE) to a Senior Account Manager (SAM), Charlotte Wheatley imparts four pearls of wisdom for anyone who aspires to rise quickly up the ranks.

From her three and a half year journey from a grad Account Executive (AE) to a Senior Account Manager (SAM), Charlotte Wheatley imparts four pearls of wisdom for anyone who aspires to rise quickly up the ranks:

Question everything: ask yourself 100 questions a day

This is something I have only just become truly good at. It’s not just about asking yourself questions when it’s obvious. It’s about asking yourself questions literally every minute of the day, religiously and by default, and making it a real habit.

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