5 Career Growth Strategies That Work — Just Life Trends

1) Make a daily note of your accomplishments and failures.

Not only should you brag about your achievements, but you should also examine how you got there. Were your daily triumphs the result of chance or method and discipline? You must assess your failures with the same level of care in order to learn from them. Examine what went wrong, what you could have done better to achieve a different result, and make action plans to avoid making the same mistakes again.

2) Establish realistic objectives.

When it comes to job advancement, focusing on defined, quantifiable, attainable, realistic, and time-bound goals is critical. These objectives should stretch you but be so appealing that achieving them would make you feel extremely fulfilled. Remember that almost accomplishing your goals is a failure, therefore make sure you set them down in a form that implies you will achieve them, such as “On or before December 31, 2016, I will…” Then, to stay focused, read those goals every day. If you want to advance in your profession, you must have a well-thought-out and well-executed goal strategy.

3) Make a strategy for achieving your objectives.

In his article 8 Beliefs That Make You More Resilient, Geoffrey James of Inc.com makes a remark that I agree with. “…if I do nothing, I shall fail by default…” 1. Create an action plan that will guide you through the process of achieving your objectives. After that, just do it!

4) Focus on doing the correct thing at all times.

“I fully recognise that no money or position can last for long unless it is founded on truth and fairness,” Napoleon Hill said, “therefore I will not engage in any transaction that does not benefit all those affected.”

5) You can be scared yet still do it.

“Courage is being scared to death, but saddling up nevertheless,” stated John Wayne. “Success is not final; failure is not fatal: what counts is the fortitude to persist,” Winston Churchill said. “It is difficult to fail, but it is far more difficult never to have attempted to succeed,” said Theodore Roosevelt. “Success is only a result,” we believe at our organisation. Failure is merely an outcome. Fail as quickly as possible so you can learn from your mistakes.”

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Originally published at https://justlifetrends.com on May 21, 2022.




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