Just as you need to repot a plant that has outgrown its container, you need to "repot" your career about every 10 years by applying your skills and experiences to bigger challenges, says Ernie Arbuckle, former dean of Stanford Graduate School of Business. "[A] decade is long enough to dig into a project and see your vision through to completion, but not so long that you experience leadership fatigue," he says.
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