Monthly Archives: May 2013

How to Succeed in a Career By Really Trying – Attitude

If Competence and Growth Potential are more concerned with What you do and What you add to the value of the organization’s goods and services, then the attributes under Attitude are more concerned with How you go about contributing this added value. … Continue reading

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How to Succeed in a Career By Really Trying – Growth Potential

Closely related to Competence is the attribute of Growth Potential – can you grow in your skills and can you add new skills, not just tangible skills, but also intangible ones.  Growth potential is one of the more important attributes … Continue reading

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How to Succeed in a Career By Really Trying – Competence

It is easy to begin with Competence as it is the most obvious – can you do the job.  As we will see, it is by no means the only important attribute and may not be the most important one.  … Continue reading

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How to Succeed in a Career By Really Trying – Introduction

If I want to convey a better picture of How To Succeed In One’s Career By Really Trying, a quick review of why the “employer” (organization) exists is needed. Let me begin with my earlier posted basic definition of Fundamental … Continue reading

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Push You, Pull Me (Sorry, Dr. Dolittle)

For reference, the pushmi-pullyu was a Dr. Dolittle character that had two heads at opposite ends of its body. When it tried to move, both heads tried to go in opposite directions.  This would be the epitome of energy and … Continue reading

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