Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Breaking A Success Habits And Creative Work

You know every year it's the same thing as we reflect on what we did and what we accomplished. Then, with pen in hand, we write our list of resolutions, of changes we'd like to make in the next 12 month. The health club parking lots, which are filled to capacity in January, have no shortage of spaces by March. The kick the cigarette pledge is gone at the first sign of stress.

Breaking a habit or crating a new one takes 28 days of work, a relatively short period of time to anyone but someone having a nicotine fit, change is the one area of our lives that we struggle with, even though it is one that is inevitable. By planning and hard work, we can develop a plan for change and improvement. Here are a few success habits that we can make for a successful 2012 and beyond.

You wouldn't get behind the wheel of a car without directions, so why drive you career into the ground? Achievers write out a list of goals, broken up into long term and short term, to focus their energies on the important, This is a habit we can get into. Our long term goal is to find a new career. In the short term, we have to research the field we want to get into, gather information about the companies we want to work for and contact our network for leads, ideas, and advise. Next comes crafting a resume, writing an effective cover letter, and preparing for those interview questions. By crating a list of goals, we are better able to stay one the right path and get to where we want to go.

Turn off the TV and turn on your mind. or to look at it another way , learning is earning. By reading 15 minutes a day, we are exposed to new ideas and are improving our communication skills. By taking a class, we are able to try something new, learn a skill, earn a certificate, and develop a hobby or interest into a moneymaking endeavor. But when the TV is on, all attention is drawn to it like moths to a flame. So instead of reading the TV Guide, look for something of interest or for some career information. It will pay off in the long run.

Dream. Dream? what do you mean dram? I dream when  I sleep, right. So why should I have to dream. It is our dreams that guide and inspire us. Make a college of what you want, showing pictures of places you want to live, cars you want to drive, and stuff you want to buy. This will help you to see the potential rewards of your hard work and effort.

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