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  Nine Ways to Think Like An Owner (a.k.a. How to Advance Your Career)
by Andy Robinson - Dec, 2009
Whether you work for a global corporation, a small business, or for yourself, it is absolutely essential that you THINK and ACT like an “owner” – “own” your job, own your role as a leader or manager, own your roles and responsibilities — put yourself in the shoes of a business owner, and think and behave as any owner would do. This is not new advice; many of us have heard this before, and many of us have probably given this a...
  Step Out of Your Comfort Zone - Try Something New - Consider These Ideas
by Andy Robinson - Dec, 2009
Growth -- personal growth and professional growth -- is all about change -- stretching yourself beyond your limits, trying new things, embracing new ways of doing things and adapting to new circumstances. Make it a point this week to LOOK FOR opportunities to step out of your comfort zone and jump back on a growth curve. Accept the idea that you may open yourself up to risk, to making mistakes and even "embarrassing" yours...
  Ten Ideas for Keeping Your Skills Transferable and Broadening Your Career Options
by Andy Robinson - Dec, 2009
I read an interesting article in the New York Times discussing a situation faced by all too many laid-off employees -- having been in an specific job area or industry area for a number of years developing a set of skills that end up being limited in terms of transferability or "usability" in a new job or new career. Many of these individuals find themselves unable to land a new job, sometimes being unemployed for extended per...
  What are the Important Things for You to Accomplish This Week? Schedule Your
by Andy Robinson - Dec, 2009
As we enter a new week, I am reminded of the philosophy and guidance provided by Stephen Covey in his book "First Things First," and how important it is for all of us to schedule our BIG ROCKS on our calendar BEFORE we start the week and before we allow anything else to clutter up our schedule and weekly plan. Your BIG ROCKS are those things that you KNOW are IMPORTANT and are key activities associated with accomplishment o...
  What are YOU 100% Committed To? Accelerate Your Success by Applying the 100% Commitment Philosophy
by Andy Robinson - Dec, 2009
Is there anything that YOU are 100% committed to? I'm talking about anything that you absolutely commit to do with NO EXCEPTIONS. Highly successful people adhere to the "No Exceptions Rule" when it comes to their daily disciplines and commitments. Once these individuals make a 100% commitment to something, there are NO exceptions. It's a done deal. Non-negotiable. Period. Eliminate "Internal Debate." You'd be surpr...
  Job Seekers Are A lot Like 450 Pound Pianos
by Barbara Safani - Dec, 2009
I’m having a piano delivered to my house. Arranging for a piano delivery is no small feat. Besides making arrangements with the showroom, I had to coordinate the insurance with my apartment building’s managing agent and figure out if the piano would fit in my elevator. Delivering a baby seemed to be much easier than this ordeal. The delivery was scheduled for tomorrow, yet the piano showed up at my house today. It seems tha...
  Will This Be Your Year?
by Deborah Brown-Volkman - Dec, 2009
Another year has gone by. For some of you, it was filled with challenges. For others, the year brought some surprises. Wherever you are today, you are here because you said by your actions that you wanted to be here. Some of you set goals. Some of you wanted to wait to see what happened before you said what you wanted. Others told yourself that setting goals was not worthwhile. The pathway to achieving goals is straigh...
  Five Ways Goal Setting Can Go Wrong
by Tai Goodwin - Dec, 2009
One of they keys to being successful in making over your career is to set realistic goals. Many people use the acronym SMART to remember the criteria for goals. According to the acronym goals should be specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely. Playing by the rules and creating smart goals however, doesn’t make goal setting problem free. Goal setting can go wrong for a number of reasons. When it does, it can be...
  Personal Decision-Making: Perfect Timing Doesn't Exist
by Dee McCrorey - Dec, 2009
Our decisions put us in the driver's seat and over time define who we become. So, why do people so often allow others to make decisions for them by choosing to do nothing? Of course, it is easier to blame someone else for not doing right by us, instead of accepting the consequences of an imperfect decision. But when we give others permission to make choices for us, we still risk an imperfect outcome when the decision made i...
  Three Secrets of Career Superstars
by Dwain Celistan - Dec, 2009
It’s been said that half of the job is “showing up.” And that is certainly true. However, the more important half is what you do when you get there. Thriving in your workplace goes beyond attendance and basic job competency. Your goal should be exceptional delivery of your work product. Here are three techniques you can use that will help focus and improve your output. Longer term, adherence to these action steps will...
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