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David Copperfield was described by FORBES as commercially the most successful magician in history. He credits PASSION, PREPARATION AND PERSISTENCE as important factors to achieving his dream career. Umm…. not bad traits to emulate. What would passion, preparation and persistence look like in your career?
The fact is executives who have strong communication expertise advance more rapidly and contribute more to organizations than those who don’t possess such skills. Establish regular check-ins to stay on track as the foundation for garnering your fulfilling career.
One backward step instead of a forward one can cause the course of your future to be changed dramatically.
Believing is an action word and is fundamental to developing an overcoming mindset. And it is a function of will!
Your best time to reach out for what you want is now.
While masters of change have always been a highly valued attribute, it’s never been more honored than today. How do you stack up? Take the test and see for yourself.
Once I began my career, I always leaned into my passion. I also kept my eyes open for skills that may not light me up but built knowledge along the way.
The issue for you to chew on is:
What can I do on my return to be more engaged and prepared to make a difference?
Capitulating, when faced with overwork and overstress, isn’t the answer for me. It
Your company is looking to you to generate success strategies for producing products or services right now in these troubling times as well as laying the groundwork to ramp up fast and furiously when again, business is fully operational.
Especially as dormant periods, such as we’re experiencing currently, are an occasion for reinvention and renewal. So, what do you judge would provide the best support for you—worry as opposed to hope?