Managing our own performance can be powerful and will be better than someone else doing it.
Do you ever get home and not remember what you did for the whole day at work? You were always on the move. You were always doing something for someone. Obviously you were a much-valued member of the team to have so much required of you. So then why can’t you remember what you actually did? And if you can’t remember that, surely you can’t remember why you were doing it!
“So Good They Can’t Ignore You” is written by Cal Newport. He rejects the idea of following your passion in order to find the work you love. Instead, he suggests the accumulation of career capital.