Go from busy to strategic with these 3 questions…
With these four steps, you can make the most of your in-between period.
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Lots of products offer a warranty or a lifetime warranty. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could have the same thing for our careers? While we don’t get a guarantee, there are steps you can take to be confident that things will work out.
It’s almost second nature to be harder on yourself than you would ever dream of being to other people. So, why do we do it? If we fill our minds with good, encouraging and loving comments, there won’t be room for the negativity.
Have you ever heard the saying “throw the baby out with the bathwater?” In your career, this may actually need to be true. While sometimes only one thing needs to be adjusted, sometimes we need to throw out that plan.
Sometimes the drive to succeed is so strong that patience is pushed aside and we forget to appreciate how far we’ve come.
It can be very overwhelming to choose your career. You feel like you have to have everything figured out. But you don’t have to choose one linear direction that you will have to follow for your whole career. Instead, focus on finding your next right thing.
What risks make sense for you at work? How do you identify them? And how do you know if you’re ready to take it? Check out our tips here.
Hard work and dedication is a big part of moving forward at work, but it’s not the only ingredient. If you add the items below to the hard work you’re already putting in, chances are you’ll be top of mind when it comes time for promotions.
Changes in life and your career can come with feelings of loss or anxiety for what’s next, but you can be in control of your next steps. Kori’s story teaches us how to know when it’s time to close a chapter and how to enjoy the journey.
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