According to the great author Bernard Marr, honest and thoughtful answers to these simple questions will help you understand your own goals and pump your career in the coming year.
1 are you satisfied with your work?
Are you happy? Be honest with yourself. If the answer is “Yes” – cool! Keep doing what you’re doing.
If you can’t say Yes with 100 percent certainty, consider what you need to change in your current position to get as close to satisfaction and professional happiness as possible. Continue reading
By the nature of my work, I have to hold several intense meetings with various people during the day. This is a new experience, and already trusted partners. The practice of meetings shows that when you come to a regular meeting, you need to be cheerful, ready to perceive and process a huge flow of information. The outcome of negotiations often depends on what mood you come to the meeting in. But if you have more than enough energy in the morning, then with each new meeting there are fewer and fewer of them… Communication becomes less intense, and at the end of the working day, you only think about how to return home and enjoy the peace.
For myself, I have worked out several ways to improve performance during the working day. I exclude drugs, tranquilizers, alcohol, coffee, and energy. Otherwise, your health will not last long. Continue reading
Popular author of several best-selling books, management consulting specialist Bernard Marr shares 10 important lessons to learn before your career reaches its natural conclusion.
Life is really too short
Especially to waste it on a job you hate, on a boss who doesn’t even notice you, and on a company that doesn’t have a soul.
Many people convince themselves that they should tolerate their unloved job, even if it makes them completely unhappy, just because they need to get paid, or because they don’t know if they can find another job, or simply because they are afraid to change anything in their lives. Continue reading