Changing jobs can be scary, but it can also be really exciting. I recently made a HUGE job change and hands-down, it’s the best thing I’ve ever done.
But making a decision like that, it’s not something you should take lightly. This is your life we’re talking about here…
Does your quest for the perfect job with the perfect company have you immobilized? Then maybe you should look at your quest differently. We’ve been holding on to the idea that we should find a job we love so it doesn’t feel like work.
But what if that logic is all wrong?
It’s an age-old career question that many have asked before and many more will ask in the future: which is more important? Job satisfaction or salary?
Being successful is about more than just knowing how to the job. Employers often consider personal qualities when evaluating your potential, and that of other high potential employees. With that in mind, members of the Young Entrepreneur Council were asked this question: What is one personal quality you value most in your high potential employees? Enjoy their insightful answers. Then nurture these qualities within yourself. Doing so will make you a better candidate, a better employee, and better person. Eagerness to Learn “I value employees who continually show a thirst for knowledge. Those who take the time to learn new
You know what I don’t like? Advice that doesn’t come with instruction. For instance, “leadership gurus” often say, “You must do the work you’re passionate about.” Well, duh. We all want to spend time doing what we love, but how do we find that work?
At the start of your career you’re the eager beaver. You’re working hard and also staying late. After all, you’re willing to do whatever it takes.
But what of it didn’t have to be so hard?