Yes, you must commit to doing some “work” mostly for its economic value.
But, to gain experience and become an “expert”, you must put in more than the expectation of economic benefits.
You’ve got be hungry. Hungry for new learnings, perspectives and research.
Go beyond work! Invest in new p4erspectives and become a compelling voice at the table.
The saying “all men (including women) were created equal” does not imply an equal share of talent, skill and character.
It looks only at our “unit” of creation as human beings deserving equal treatment.
It is never an acknowledgment that we will have equal opportunity or chance to rise.
To rise and succeed, you need to understand how to leverage your talent, skill and character – the things we are differently endowed with.
So, begin to recognize that, the stage will never be even. What works in your favour is what you create.
Keep working, keep believing and the dots will connect giving you an advantage.