Slightly irregular, not in line with the rest, not fitting the mold; these are statements which considered to be telling that a person is not quite right. In a world that seems to be in contradiction to what is "right" and what "fits in", it's kind of hard to know if what you are doing is what is expected and will bring rewards. There is one view that is looking for someone who is not like the rest. Someone who not only thinks outside the box, but works outside of it as well.
It's so exhausting when people start telling you what to do when situations present themselves in your life. They have step by step of what needs to be done to rectify your situation. Well, here's the true brainstorm moment..... They are NOT YOU! We all need information to create a plan of action. When it comes to decisions about work, our co-workers are normally the first stop for most of us. From there we go to friends and family, google situations on line of those people w
Choosing someone you admire within your field is what most goal minded career person would do, reading and studying their career path, following them on twitter, FB or possibly their newsletter. Doing all of this is in part keeping you focused and also helping you to chart a path for your own success. However, in using someone else's career as a blueprint it is easy to begin to replace some of your traits with theirs. That's not a horrible happen stance but you must be caref
One thing you learn as you go through life is that everything turns itself around. Your career, your finances, your relationships, your weight, your spirituality, your opinions about various things. Given enough time and forward motion, it will all turn from the negative influx to a positive focused place. The key is to not get caught up with the negative when it happens and to keep focused and going forward. The general coaching populous, which I am not a part of, encourage