Career Growth

In this article, I'm going to share with you a simple framework to help you determine if it's time to make a change in your career. This strategy has helped thousands of our clients figure out if they should stay where they are, or make a shift.

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Successful people reach great heights for a reason and no, it's not always based on being born with a silver spoon in your mouth, having a high IQ, or a large sized bank account. Take a moment to think of someone you admire. Is it a neighbor or friend? What do you admire about them and what success have they achieved that you wish you could?

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Take a second to examine where you are right now. Think about every detail: where you sit at work, your first day on the job and the decisions that led you to work for your organization. Was it the money? Benefits package? Professional growth potential? Have these reasons changed in any way and/or has your opinion of your organization improved or worsened since your first day?

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One of our Work It Daily fans wrote in and said, "Hey, I want to quit my job and start a new one. What should be my to do list today?" I'm going to walk you through the four basic steps that you should take in order to make that happen.

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The New Year is here! For many of us, January is the perfect time to reflect on our lives and set new goals, hoping we become better versions of ourselves along the way. Most people make personal resolutions, like get in shape, quit smoking/drinking, or learn a new language. But, what about career resolutions?

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What is so new about New Year's? Digits change, time passes, and vacation ends. What truly makes New Year's a fresh start in our modern era?

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As a new decade begins the current workforce is loaded with multiple generations of workers, including baby boomers, Generation X, Generation Y (millennials) and Generation Z. Different generations in the workforce can have many potential benefits and challenges. One of those challenges is keeping up with employee needs and giving them the tools they need to be successful.

A recent survey took a look at what Generation Z (born 1997-2010) workers value from their jobs and compared it to what millennials (born 1981-1996) entering the workforce in 2010 valued from their jobs. The differences are mostly subtle, but there are a few things that stand out.

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