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Who holds the power to improve your job? Part 2

Did you try any of the suggestions in Part 1 of this blog post? How did it go and what did you discover? Once you start to  be proactive and take responsibility for improving your job the small changes start to take effect.  Your confidence and your optimism begins to recover and expand and you […]

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Who holds the power to improve your job? Part 1

Of all the principles in The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, “Habit 1: Be Proactive” is particularly useful if you’re feeling frustrated,  demotivated or defeated in your worklife. Covey recommends that you examine what you can do instead of focusing on things over which you have no real control. First, notice all your concerns. […]

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Is your job giving you blisters?

I’ve been thinking about shoes a lot recently (well, most of the time if I’m honest….) and when I read an article by psychiatrist Edward Hallowell about how to tell if your job is a good fit it made me wonder whether people would wear their job every day if it was a pair of […]

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