There’s a movie entitled “Miracle” that came out in 2004 that tells the story of the 1980 USA hockey team and their journey to winning a gold medal at the Olympics. Towards the beginning of the movie, the head coach, Herb Brooks, is in the process of choosing his team for the Olympics. There are plenty of people on the Olympic committee offering their opinions on who Coach Brooks should add to the roster. They suggest the best scorers, the best defenders, and the best passers. But finally, Coach Brooks silences them all with one line. He says, “I’m not looking for the best players. I’m looking for the right ones.”
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Growing up, many of us had this thought, “If I could just land a job I really want, then I’ll be happy with work.” We assumed that if we liked the work we were doing and we were in a job that we enjoyed, excelled at, and were passionate about, that would be enough to give us a good work experience. And while that’s a huge part of it, we all know that there’s more to it.