What’s most important is that you take proactive steps to control your own happiness and future prospects.
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Thinking beyond the job title will give you a better chance at landing in a role that’s right for you — even if it’s one you had never imagined yourself doing before.
Don’t Let Uncertainty Paralyze Your Decision-Making Following these practices will help you better address your emotional responses, name and confront them, and make more rational decisions in the face of uncertainty.
Before You Quit, Analyze What the Real Problem Is. Take a more proactive approach, before your frustration builds and take the best next step for your career.
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It might sound odd, but people need the most help not at the beginning of their careers, but in mid-career — especially when it comes to making decisions. That’s a key finding from a research study publish by Harvard Business Review. They have found that one reason for not adapting to this meaningful shift in… Lees verder Stuck in a Mid-Career Rut? Get Help from a Mentor
Here's a different concept but one that makes great sense to me. It's from Stephen Covey's "7 Habits of Highly Effective People". We've talked about establishing goals but we never divided up the different parts of our life with mission statements. This might help us with establishing priorities in goals as well as realizing what… Lees verder Mission Statements for Different Roles
Being passionate about your job is great — but there are limits. If you become so wrapped up in your professional identity that setbacks at work affect your self-worth, that’s a problem. Keep a healthy perspective by distinguishing who you are from what you do. Your job is just that — a job. Maybe you’re… Lees verder Separate Who You Are from What You Do
Source: The Management Tip of the day (HBR) It’s not always clear how you should think about growing in your career. One thing to try is writing a “from/to” statement that articulates where you are today and where you want to go For example: I want to progress from an individual contributor who adds value through technical expertise… Lees verder Where Are You in Your Career? Where Do You Want to Go?