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  • Writer's pictureAndrea Nicholas

Time is running out


Aspiring C-suite professionals, are you running out of time to reach your career goal?


Research shows that the average first-time C-suite pro is in his or her 40's and 11% of C-suite executives are in their 30s.


If you are in that lieutenant spot waiting for your boss to retire or move on in order to make a place for you in the C-suite for the first time, check the calendar. On average, C-suite leaders remain in their role for nearly 5 years. Is your time window eclipsing?


Maybe.


What if you wait it out?


As time passes, competition for these esteemed positions becomes fiercer, making it imperative to make significant progress in your career sooner rather than later. The longer you wait, the narrower the path becomes.


There is no perfect time to act.


Waiting for the ideal circumstances or postponing your career advancement can be detrimental to your goals. The opportunity to reach the pinnacle is here and now. By recognizing the urgency and committing to focused action, you can defy the constraints of time and propel yourself toward executive leadership.


My Aspring C-Suite program supports C-suite hopefuls with a proven pathway and enjoys a 74% success rate.www.coachsulting.co


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