Career Change

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Have you ever thought about training for new career late in your life? Even at 40, you may have at least spent two decades in your career. You have an enormous deal of experience by this point. Problem is, perhaps you don’t particularly like what you’re doing, or maybe you have realized you actually can’t advance any further and you fear a dead end.

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Getting Help

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You are the kind of person who does not like to ask for help? In the workplace, it may seem to show a sign of weakness. It may prove that you uncertain about your work. There is always a risk of rejection, anger and potential for diminished status in a place where we’re very keen to demonstrate expertise and competence. A lack of confidence can also make you uncomfortable to ask questions.

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Choose a Job or A Job will Choose You

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Are you working at your job just to earn a paycheck? Everyone hopes that a job will lead to a career. Can your job, training and experience, lead you to an advance in pay or responsibility. In the end, is your work experience leading you somewhere or you are going from job to job with no plan?

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Talking too much

 

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Do you feel sometimes you talk too much? When you talk out of nervousness or insecurity, you may reveal something personal, or something crucial to your career. It may result in a negative impact on your credibility.  Try to resist the urge to talk just to fill the silence. You may lose your standing ground or reveal vital information someone can use against you.

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Being Monitored

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Do you feel that you are being monitored? Truth is, you should always assume that you are. Although it’s tough to know 100% for certain, companies can track you through the network even without installing anything on your computer. You just have to look for the signs.

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Your Desk Job

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You ever work so hard you forget that there is a life out there? It’s easy to lose track of time while working on your desk? Does it always seems like you’re convincing yourself that this work is more important than people around you? One day, you’ll look back and won’t remember the work you did, but  realize that the time you could have spent with other’s is gone.

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