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The essence of New Year is still lingering in the air and we are on a firm resolution to stick to the fresh changes we introduced to our life. Are you in the same league? Then, this is article is certainly for you 'my friend.'
We are always in a love-hate relationship with our job. Many of us are keen on changing it while others are making a conscious effort to spice up the present job. Whatever the reason be, it's time to follow the ways to jump-start your career. Here is a simple and fun list, which will certainly motivate you to get started.
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Despite being an obvious step, we often fail to follow it! Compile a list of desired companies which have openings and keep a tab on them regularly. While you are at it, don't forget to drop your CV too.
Not the song from Frozen, but the things you have decided to leave in 2015. If you are firm on making changes in your career, then conjure your determination and stick to it.
Do you have a kick-a$$ idea in mind or an idea which is straight psychotic? Whatever it is, make a habit of writing down 10 new ideas and innovations every day, related with your field of work. You can thank us later when it turns out to be useful.
Where do you want to see yourself in 2016? Recognise and make small goals to achieve them in a smart way.
Be it your nose buried in a book or a tab screen, make sure you stay updated. Read news and innovations related to your field. As it's said, nothing can beat the perk of being knowledgeable.
Yes, NOW is the moment. So, this year break off with procrastination and get off your a$$ to get the work done. Simple!
Not for your travel or love life, but for your career. Once you complete planning for the year, dream big and make the bucket list you want to fulfill.
Even if it is the tiniest achievement in your career make a point to reward yourself. If you learn from your failure, then you should certainly celebrate your success.
Go beyond mere networking to create human relationships through online media. It always pays off!
Shame is not in the failure, but in not trying. Charge your career change with a headbutt by getting out of your cocoon and taste the enjoyment of taking a risk.