Dispelling the Biggest Myth About Career Success

There is a dangerous myth about what it takes to create a successful life and career. That myth is “good performance is enough.” Nothing could be further from the truth. In today’s highly competitive business world, good performance is not enough – it’s merely the price of admission to the career success sweepstakes. Tomorrow I will be presenting a webinar called, "How to Create the Life and Career Success You Want and Deserve: Dispelling the Biggest Myth About Career Success." In this webinar, I’ll show you what you need to do to create the life and career success you want and deserve. We’ll cover the seven keys to creating your life and career success that I’ve developed in my 35+ years in business and from my exhaustive study of successful people...


  1. Clarify the purpose and direction for your life and career.
  2. Commit to taking personal responsibility for your career success.
  3. Build unshakeable self confidence.
  4. Become an outstanding performer.
  5. Create positive personal impact.
  6. Become a dynamic communicator.
  7. Build strong relationships that will lead to your career success.
I’ll show you the importance of each of these keys, how they complement one another and how to make them work for you. In my experience you have to proficient in all of them, and really good at two or three. Sorry, this event already happened. But you’re in luck, we’ve embedded the recorded version below. Enjoy! Bud Bilanich, author of Success Tweets is a motivational speaker and blogger who will help you create the life and career success you want and deserve. Read more » articles by this approved career expert | Click here » if you’re a career expert Photo credit: Shutterstock

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