I am a fan of slow growth, but I won’t recommend it to someone early in their career.
At that time, go as fast as possible, make mistakes, learn from them, iterate, and find success.
While slow growth has benefits, such as giving you more time to learn and develop your skills, it may not be the best choice for those starting their career.
As a beginner, taking advantage of your energy, enthusiasm, and curiosity to learn and explore as much as possible is essential.
The rapid pace of growth will provide opportunities for networking, building relationships, and gaining valuable experience in your field. All this will come in handy later.
However, it’s important to note that rapid growth may not always lead to long-term success. Sometimes, you must slow down and take a step back to reassess your priorities and ensure you’re on the right path.
Too much emphasis on quick wins may lead to work burnout, stagnation, or fulfillment.
Ultimately, it’s up to you to determine what works best for you and your career goals, and remember that success is a journey, not a destination.