Before you start working on your new goal, give yourself two important gifts for your journey.
Whether you are looking for a new job or promotion, or wanting to change something in your personal life, the beginning of the year is logical time to start. To increase your chances of success, think about:
I’m grateful to be working, but this job is not a good fit for my skills, and it doesn’t pay enough. Now my manager is hiring new people at a higher pay rate than me, and he won’t talk to me about a raise or a promotion. Obviously I’m looking for a better job, but it’s hard to go to work every day at a place that’s not a good fit for me. How do I keep from going crazy at a job I hate until I find a new job?
Are you guilty of any of these six common job interview blunders? Check out this infographic from Tribe HR and some job search resources from CareerOneStop and others.
Usually I am full of energy this time of year. The warm – sometime hot – weather and the abundant sunshine naturally get my engines revving. Ian BrittonTypically, I’m busting with motivation to be more physically active, revitalize my social calendar, take on home improvement project, tackle a professional development project or learn something for fun. Not this year. It’s been unusually rainy and cold in the Twin Cities. I’m starting to wonder if spring will ever come … Instead of waiting for an external factor to motivate me, like the weather, it’s time to stop making excuses and rev my own engine, so to speak. Care to join me?