Many times, we will have limitations in our thinking. These limitations come from our various experiences in the past. When we cross from one stage to another, your previous survival strategy may not apply, and this is for you. Limitations. The most typical is that after crossing from the student stage to the workplace, you may encounter a lot of personal limitations due to thinking and experience. 1. I always set limits for myself. I am a XX professional… I have been doing XX before… I have never done XX… So I should not be able to do it. I often want to get confirmation from others as to whether I can do it or not, but in fact, if I want to make a breakthrough, most jobs are possible. I can always find many examples of people failing, and I can find many examples of people succeeding. In the end, I find that it is actually me. There are not so many lines blocking them, and there are not many insurmountable gaps. 2. I care about my current salary very much. I don’t see long-term income. Many people who have just started working want to know what they should care about. Many students will wait than Offer. In fact, when you first entered the workplace, the difference in income was not particularly large. It’s not that you shouldn’t care, but the priority must not be the highest. What really should be valued is how much you can increase your growth value and whether you can make yourself as a product through your work. My advice to many people is to measure their own income in the next 10 years, not only financial, but also their own ability and qualifications. At this time, they will understand that it is important to focus on the gains and losses of one city and one place. When it comes to operating your own product, investing in yourself, and allowing yourself to continue to add value, is the right thing to do. 3. If you feel that you have “no money”, you just save money blindly. “No money” here is quoted. There are very few people with real financial difficulties in the current living conditions and standards. Of course, some people do have a difficult family background, but for more people, although their family background is not necessarily very good, but at least at an intermediate level, they always talk about “I am poor”, and in some places they clearly should be frugal. , But spent a lot of money. For example, high consumption that does not meet your current stage may be compared with friends and classmates around you. There are some places that should be invested in, such as learning and self-improvement, but they are reluctant to spend money. Once the mobile Internet wave came, I suggested that many people should at least buy a smart phone to feel it early, but many people would tell me that if there is no money, who will give me the money to buy it. Often they can actually squeeze out some money, but they are reluctant to invest here. The end result is that some people who are active early adopters and learners have caught the dividends earlier and have better jobs and income. Those who save on this have not become richer as a result. Treat investment and consumption correctly. 4. There is no consciousness of “capability boundary” A friend told me that he believes that as long as he works hard, he will be able to do well. If he doesn’t do well, he doesn’t work hard enough, and he hasn’t been forced to that level. I told him that this is actually only half right here, and the half right is that we really need to work hard to do things. However, we have to know where our capabilities are. No one can do everything, even harder. The more you grow, the more you will discover that there are some things you are not good at doing. For example, everyone wants to be a boss and become a CEO to reach the pinnacle of life, but some friends will tell me that after they have worked for more than ten years, they find that they are not suitable for being a CEO, leading a company independently, and more suitable for being an assistant The role, which can also make everyone successful. For example, as a student, some lessons were learned well and some were terrible. Do we have to make up the bad parts? Not necessarily (note that it does not mean that it must not). Sometimes, doing things well within the boundaries of our capabilities will result in better results. Beyond the ability boundary, if you want to do it, you have to make up your ability first, and you have to measure all aspects of investment, including your own personality and so on. Accepting that there are things that we can’t do or are not good at is something that will happen sooner or later. This is not negative, but instead allows us to focus on doing things that can be done well. 5. You can only anchor people who are close to you, and you can’t see the anchoring effect of higher goals. As you may know, many students will compare themselves with the people around them when they are studying, a class or a dormitory, to determine their position. For example, everyone is studying hard, or studying hard, etc. The same goes for working. In a company or a team, compare performance and accomplish tasks with colleagues around you. All you can see is the people around you. In fact, if you are in an industry, you should compare yourself with the best people in the entire industry, and often jump out to see what the best people are doing, and don’t limit yourself. Set your goal higher, even if you can’t reach it, you’re still going up, don’t be a frog in the bottom of the well. ——Many times, the reason why we are limited is not because we don’t want to change, but because we don’t know that we don’t know. After we know, we don’t know how to change. An effective way to cope is to maintain a humble awe of knowledge and culture in each field, to be brave enough to admit and face up to one’s ignorance and boundaries, and then to let go of the burden. It is not shameful to have the courage to change one’s own shortcomings, and people who constantly break through their own limitations are very admirable.