It's not that a question about improving one's career is off-topic. Instead, the question you're asking is too broad for our site's Q&A format. As a Stack Exchange site, we're not a discussion forum, and the questions we've chosen to field on our site are those that are self-contained, provide plenty of detail about a real, actual problem you're facing, and that can be answered in a few paragraphs or more, without extended discussion or debate.
A question about how to become a CEO is first and foremost way too broad, something that entire books have been written about, and something that has already been asked and answered elsewhere on the Internet.
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With that said, if your questions are put on hold, the idea is that you would edit that post and improve it. Simply copy-pasting closed or on-hold questions into new posts simply creates a lot of noise on our site, and dilutes our community's efforts to help edit and improve them for release back into the pool.
I see you have a couple accounts, I'd suggest registering your account so you don't keep losing it. This will help make it easier for you to edit and improve your post, and also, as you gain reputation, that will also accumulate in one place. Hope this helps!