Be wary of how far you stick your neck out

05/24/2010 | CubeRules.com

Taking on difficult projects may not help your career because there is a risk you might fail -- or you may succeed and become stuck doing them all the time, Scot Herrick writes. It's better if you suggest improvements in your own work processes and "be a star performer in the job you do," he writes.

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