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Make your own path: If the world puts you on a road you do not like,build yourself a new path.


Surround yourself with good people: Spending time with the right people will help you acquire the desired skills that you need to achieve your goals.


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.


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


If the career you have chosen has some unexpected inconvenience, console yourself by reflecting that no career is without them.


Your LinkedIn summary should be around 3 to 5 short paragraphs, with a bulleted section in the middle.


Do your research: Know the ins and outs of every company that you apply to before you even submit an application or resume.


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.


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


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


Create value for clients: Benefit them with your skills. If the client benefits, your company benefits.


In any negotiations, put yourself in the shoes of the other person and see what their interest is.


In chaos, there is opportunity, Most major career accelerations happen when someone steps into a mess and makes a difference.


No matter where your stress is coming from, it is not doing you any good until you learn how to address it.


Share your opinion and thoughts?not only with your colleagues, but also with your seniors and take feedback. Keep your mind open.


Love your company: Every organization and people will have their strength and weakness. We need to understand, adjust and improve them ,if we can.


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


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.


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


Do not be afraid to ask your LinkedIn recommenders to focus on a certain aspect of your character.