Stop Worrying! Everyone makes mistakes. Learning from your mistakes and move on. I know, easier said than done, right? It’s only human nature to worry or think about the mistakes we’ve made. It helps us focus and devise ways to be better at what we do. But when contemplating or worrying about your work mistakes becomes an obsession, it stops being a tool for self-improvement and can actually become harmful to the rest of your life.
Do you ever find it difficult to stay focused throughout the course of a long day? It happens to the best of us. Sometimes, the monotony of the workday just drags on and our minds begin to wander… like when you’re watching a baseball game and it’s tied at one in the seventh inning. Nothing really exciting happened after that home run by your favorite player in the first. He’s your favorite player because, once, when you were younger, he… wait… What were we talking about again?
Are you looking for ideas for an awesome LinkedIn post? In this post, you’ll find 25 different types of status updates you can adapt and use. Regularly sharing status updates or posting on LinkedIn is another way to gain exposure and have more people look at your LinkedIn profile.
Bring your questions and stories to the discussion on Monday, June 10th at 8pm Eastern/5pm Pacific as we explore our life experiences and the lessons we learned that will help our careers.
Are you in a toxic workplace? One in which bad management and negative attitudes leave you feeling tired, burned-out, or ill. Of course, some of us feel like this after a tough day at work anyway – particularly if you don’t like your job. The reality is, though: Workplace toxicity is directly related to your professional surroundings rather than your individual circumstances. Perhaps your office acts cliquey or gossipy. You witness bullying or a general lack of trust. Or your maybe your colleagues’ ideas and good work tend to get disregarded. If any of these things are happening at work,
LinkedIn status updates are key to getting your profile noticed. In other words, having a great LinkedIn profile isn’t enough – you need to be active on LinkedIn to attract attention and engage with your network (and beyond).
Don’t just set up your LinkedIn profile and forget it.