It is common for people to think about their career in a new way at the beginning of the year. It is like the first week of your new job. You want to create a reputation better than the one you earned in the previous one. In this article at the Seattle Times, Karen Burns talks about 5 sure-shot tips to get your career back on track.
5 Career Tips You Must Listen to
While you want tips that are unheard of or yet to be read about, some old skills are still relevant. Following are the tips that will help you get your career back on track:
Being Punctual: Have you been coming late to the office almost every day? Even though you get up early, you just could not make it early to office. You have perhaps given up leaving for office early because the traffic is bad on the way. Why not find out a different route or time when the traffic is less? Coming early is better than staying late.
Learn to Adapt: Are you resenting the new office policies? It always takes time to adopt new things. Instead of grumbling and feeling irritated at work, own them up. Learn to adapt to new situations.
Clear Out the Mess: Are there tasks piling up on your task list? You have been intending to work on them, but priority work stops you from doing it. They might not earn you an award in the company but clearing them up will free up your mind. Is not a relaxed mind more than a reward at work?
Send the While Flag Up: You have read the user manual several times, but are not confident about the task. Instead of your ego or seniority coming in between, ask someone to help you out already.
Deliver What You Promised: You had impressed your manager with the skills in your CV. Have you been able to showcase them recently? Sharpen that memory of yours by upgrading and displaying those skills again.
To view the original article, visit the following link: https://www.seattletimes.com/explore/careers/start-2019-right-with-5-tried-and-true-career-tips/