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Distractions and focus part 2

3 min, 18 sec read
13:00 PM | 20 July 2017
by Donald Fogarty
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Donald Fogarty, FutureRising’s Co-Founder, finishes his advice on staying focused on your role in the creative industries to reach your potential.

Following on from the first article in this two-part piece, I’m concluding my tips that will help you focus on identifying the industry, company and role that will enable you to realise your potential.

We’ve covered the process for focusing on the right industry and companies for you. Now I’d like to explain how to identify the right role for your skill-set.

Disclaimer, someone will have probably made up a new job title by the time you finish reading this.


Job titles can be very misleading, whilst ‘Strategic Account Manager’ at Google sounds absolutely boss, it’s actually a highly automated sales job.

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