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Nothing beats Tenacity and persistence:if your talent isn’t there yet, you can always develop it to what it will eventually be.


Rule number 1 for dealing with bad bosses: It is okay to question authority.


Be hard on yourself: Ask yourself if you make sense,or you are crazy.You can listen to everybody else but finally follow your heart.


The higher you need to rise, you need to shed the weight of your ego. Some learn it the difficult way, and some adopts humility as the way of life.


Surround yourself with good people: Indulge in healthy debates and discussions.


Choose Your Boss With Care: You need to make sure that you are comfortable with and that you like your boss.


Love your company and be helpful to the employees and the employers: Criticizing someone strength and weakness would not help anyone.


Be friendly: Know who it is who does the promoting and make sure you are in their good books before you ask. Do not make it too obvious though.


Stand out from the crowd: It is important to produce something a bit different to get noticed for an interview.


Aim high, but not too high: Trying to vault two rungs on the ladder in one go is pushing your luck. Take promotions one step at a time.


Love your company: It is important to have a feeling of ownership, a sense of mission and a state of belongingness to be able to achieve and deliver.


Keep informed and engaged: You need to make sure the product you are selling makes sense and you offer something unique.


You are setting yourself up for failure if you are not preparing for an eventual promotion right now.


Even if you are not job hunting, post one article on your LinkedIn feed each week.


Ethical Conflicts Increase Work Stress and Burnout: Organizations function when decisions are made with consideration of their ethical and moral impact.


Find a mentor and to be a mentor:Ask your mentor for introductions, and introduce the person that you are mentoring to others.


Whenever an idea does not work to your advantage, just accept that and find something else. Simply move on.


Ceasing to fear public speaking takes time, practice, and coming up with a plan.


Sleep More, Increase Your Workday Productivity: Ample sleep is necessary to make us more productive in our work day.


Sharing when you do not know something could actually help you take a huge leap forward in your career.