Procrastination may be one of the most self-sabotaging and all-too-common behaviors leading to failure to achieve career or work-related goals. Some might say many forms of procrastination are “human nature.” Perhaps. You can Google...
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Nonresponsiveness is my pet peeve, closely followed by the failure to use media/technology appropriately. Both behaviors create obstructions to effective communication. Why is it that we don’t take more care when we are trying...
With some effort and longer-term planning, there is more within your own power to help you get where you want to go.
Maintaining a professional network is like having car insurance – it’s a pretty big risk to drive without it.
Procrastination sets someone up for a zero percent chance of winning and ultimately contributes to low self-esteem.
Overall, failing to follow through ends up leaving situations fertile for mistakes, wasted time and increased costs — and, at times, opportunities are missed all together.
If you are expecting to get your dream job, then it may be time to face some harsh realities about how that is most likely to happen.
When the same excuses are used for not getting things done or not following through with commitments to others, the result raises a red flag for those adversely affected.
If you have felt powerless over your work, career or life in general, it might be time for you to look long and hard at your goals and how you approach them. Creating your own personal and professional goals, and establishing a process for accomplishing them, protects you from going completely into a ditch when you hit an icy patch in the road. Learn how:
Everyone I ask has the same response for why they haven’t answered an email, text or phone call: “I’m too busy!” Really?