Making Your Career Resolution Stick
A recent survey by the Korn-Ferry Knock-in camera shows that 70% of the executives have planned to do the job that corresponds to the New Year. However, experiences show that more than 80% of them will be special musicians before the end of the first quarter.
Why? Minor – a successful number number.
Here are some tips to deal with the limitations and make your decisions this year:
Set Realistic Points in Distress. Short-term goals are short, but do not always give the special inspiration to stay at the airport. Remember this word from Napoleon Hill’s, Think and Become Rich, “The beginning of all success is love … The harmful things that weaken the weak, just as the heat is a little bit higher.”
Create One Way.
Even the best possible system settings are not enough. It takes a step step definitely to follow. When creating a design for your goals, you give yourself the way to go forward. If you have sidetracked, as without doubt, it is easy to pick and regain your starting point.
Connect your services to your decisions. Identify your favorite ones in all areas of your life: work, family, health, friends and so on.
Then connect all your actions to your targets. Performance management is one that helps successful people to achieve their goals during the recording time.
Wait Multi-task. Guru guru Peter Drucker said, “If you are a” pot “of action, you’re sure.” Focus on one-on-one items at a time. By doing this, you can reduce the amount of time you need to complete the task by 50-80 percent.
Use the Technology Well.
Technology technology is great when you make improvements, but it can also be a major obstacle. Remember, cell phones, email and Internet, designed to use as tools. Do not let them become your master.
Beware of “Open Field.” Of course, you need to be at work at work; but you also need to maintain your control control. The open policy works well if you set the time limits and touch them. Your time is the most valuable instrument. If you allow free people for free, you will pay the highest amount of trouble and lost job.
Manage Information and Stamps.
Each day you have more information than you can handle in a week. One key to managing you is to be very selective about what your attention is now, and what you store for later. Connect your reading, watching and listening activities to your goals as possible. And always keep a note or record a note, so you can manage ideas and benefits from them later.