How to answer "Where do you see yourself in 5 years?"

How to answer

 

"Where do you see yourself in 5 years?" This question comes up in interviews and in conversations, but it can always be stressful to answer.

How do I answer it? Feel free to snag this idea for yourself. 

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I see myself double where I'm at now in all aspects.

Double my responsibility, but doubled in my efficiency and ability to execute.

Double my maturity and patience level with difficult elements and obstacles.

Double my income through either promotions or expansion of skill sets and projects/investments.

Double my network as I intentionally grow in my community and industry.

Double the love in my life as I cultivate relationships I care most about.

If I aim to double all these elements in my life, merely having this clear trajectory will lead me in the right direction, and the exponential growth of this will continue to grow a life of fulfillment.

I plan to harness the power of my compounding efforts.

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So where do you see yourself in 5 years? Creative answers only --->

-Tomer (Sable Flow Founder)


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