To use our talents fully, we must listen to our niggling desires to move on, learn more, explore and be of greater service. Yes, taking the risk is uncomfortable and disconcerting at times – but it’s also life giving, energizing and fun.
You may change jobs, positions and roles – but your talents go with you. Your talents show up at work, with friends, at church, in the community, and when you’re socializing, playing, working or relaxing. Your talents are always with you.
What does success look like for you? What does happiness look like for you? What does ‘no stress’ look like for you? You get the picture. Here are some thought-starters.
At various ages and stages of our careers most of us have experienced periods of frustration, confusion, and alienation. Whether those times become ones of self-discovery, new directions, and fresh beginnings or staging points for a downward spiral in career satisfaction depends heavily upon our personal growth
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Several trends that continue to gain momentum center around reconnecting with Spirit, wisdom and the Sacred.
There is nothing magical about career success. Top achievers apply themselves to a few simple daily disciplines and execute them relentlessly.
The question “What’s new?” is an opening to do a little self-promotion without feeling uncomfortable. Make sure that you make the most of the opportunity!
Micromanagers help employees to perceive themselves as they are, while leaders help them to understand what they can become in future. Micromanagers just twist your arm, but leaders sway your opinion.
Positive thinking without application of knowledge and skill is nothing but wishful dreaming and fraught with the dangers of disillusionment.