Why the fast lane is overrated

03/14/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Workers who try to climb too quickly are in danger of catastrophic career failure, Daniel Gulati writes. Research across several disciplines shows that people who achieve success slowly do better in the long run than those who rise quickly. "If capping your downside and increasing your odds of leaving a legacy weren't enough, being professionally patient will liberate your mind and allow you to enjoy your professional life more deeply," Gulati writes.

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