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Jan 4, 2022 - 2:18am
odog808, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Congratulations!  

I recently gave my advice here about some of your questions for general work:

https://www.wallstreetoasis.com/comment/2663337#comment-2663337

As someone who's done development and acquisitions at the same time, I'd say you are in a very unique position to learn to be a good investor and learn the development process.  

That said, you will be torn between two somewhat different work requirements, timing, and sometimes personalities.  You will miss out on some of the joys of development (not attending that design meeting to work on the underwriting for a time sensitive LOI offer or financing due diligence request).  Learn to communicate your time conflicts, gravitate to the most powerful requestor.  This is a political game you need to get right if you want to last 4 years. 

Have compassion as well as ambition and you’ll go far in life
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Jan 6, 2022 - 8:07pm
Incoming cfa level 1 charterholder, what's your opinion? Comment below:

My advice to you is to chill. Take it slow. Slow is fast. Don't bend over backward. That's how you make mistakes and burn out. You will be making lots of mistakes in your work for the first two years. Quadruple-check all of your work. If you promise someone's work to be completed in 30min, please do me a favor and triple the time of delivery. You want time to review your work and have good quality. Quality of your work is the most important thing any employee can have. The faster you overcome that overenthusiastic, do anything to prove him/herself attitude, the sooner you'll become a model employee.

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  • Investment Analyst in PE - Other
Jan 6, 2022 - 9:52pm

Don't be fuckin weirdo hardo. The worst new analysts are the ones who come in guns blazing thinking they'll do something when in reality an analyst needs to just sit back, watch, and absorb knowledge while going about the tasks that they're asked to complete. Just go in being humble and you don't know shit and please for the love of god know how to read social cues and just be normal.

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