Five Proven Steps to Improve Your Work Life
Researches have revealed over the years that the career paths of employees are littered with discouraging and depressing curves and twists. Fewer professionals are emerging from dark tunnels and moving closer to career dreams. More and more job seekers are going through challenging realities these days.
Are you going through the lowest or perhaps the most challenging curves and twists in your career paths? What are your plans to improve your work life in the New Year?
The following proven steps have helped many job seekers to move closer to their career dreams.
1. Find and work with committed
According to John C. Crosby, “mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction.” There is immense value in having a professional relationship with more experienced individual(s) to guide you, as you navigate your career paths.
2. Build or join a reliable and dependable network of
With the rise and rise of the Internet and social media, building or joining business or professional networks is a lot easier and more rewarding today than ever before. Networking has helped small and large businesses to build and promote their social capital. It has helped professionals to identify and address real and perceived challenges barring them from career success. Find and join a group today.
3. Improve your competencies
How strong and valuable are your skills? How much knowledge and expertise do you have and how passionate are you about your chosen profession?
It is common knowledge these days that hiring managers focus more on competencies in hiring. They now look out more for candidates with demonstrable and valuable competencies.
Develop and sharpen your skills, knowledge and attributes which make you more competitive in the job market.
4. Invest in personal and
We all know there is a price for everything! As a professional, your desire and commitment to succeed should also have a price tag.
How much time, money and other resources do you invest in your personal and professional development? Investing in your personal and career development helps you to take responsibility for your life and your happiness.
Create and manage a personal development action plan to capture your self-improvement and commitment to your skills, intellectual and spiritual growth.
5. Be positive at all times
A few quotes may be helpful here:
“If you have a dream, don’t just sit there. Gather courage to believe that you can succeed and leave no stone unturned to make it a reality” – Roopleen
“You can, you should, and if you are brave enough to start, you will” – Stephen King
Our best wishes for a better and happier work life in the New Year!
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