If you work hard and continue learning, opportunities to climb the career ladder will have a domino effect.
So whether you’re in a front desk role or trying to climb the career ladder, here are five tips that can help move your career in the right direction…
Success is a funny concept. You need to have this title by date X, or make a certain amount of money by year Y. In the real world, however, the idea of finding success isn’t quite so cut and dry.
If you really want to work on finding success on your own timeline, consider the tips below.
Setting and achieving meaningful career goals provides three essential career nutrients: increased job satisfaction, higher self-esteem, and improved quality of your life.
But how do you set a right-size a goal that’s ambitious, yet achievable?
As a young professional, goal setting may already be an important aspect of your career. In fact, it may have lead you to where you are today. Now that you’re there, though, you may have noticed those around you aren’t as goal-oriented as you are. Members of your team may be so busy doing their day-to-day chores that they fail to keep in mind the overall mission.
We have a name those who feel this way at work, who have identified that team goals are going unfulfilled, even unnoticed: Leader.
Are you on the right track? Are your goals matched with what you really want to do?
In case they aren’t, I’m going to walk you through the process I went through once I decided to throw in the towel on a j-o-b. And I’m going to show you how to take the steps required to live life on your terms. Even if you’re happy with the work you’re doing right now, read this puppy, think about where you’re heading…
In Mark Cuban’s book How to Win at the Sport of Business, he mentions that in his early years he created a list of cool jobs that he wanted to have one day.
And it worked out well for him; from working on computer systems to owning an NBA franchise, Cuban has built a legacy by setting a goal and then figuring out how to make that goal a reality…