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10 KEYS TO PERSONAL SUCCESS – DR MYLES MUNROE – Personal Success Resources
After all, there is tremendous opportunity for influence when you're on the edge -- you're already noticed! Do you: a Keep your idea to yourself because people might think it's stupid. You just got hired at a new job and you've been invited to a company social event.
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What's your social style at the event? It's review season. Do you: a Trust your boss to know your best contributions and accept his or her review. Your department didn't perform as well as expected this quarter. Do you: a Blame everything on your coworkers who are poor performers.
What do you feel is your most important contribution to your company? How important do you think you are to your company? Which statement describes your work wardrobe? How would you go about asking your boss for a promotion?
You're at a meeting where you feel strongly that your department's strategy is not up to par, while everyone else thinks it's right on target. How do you get others on your side? If no one else agrees with you, you must be wrong. Your department hires someone younger and more technically proficient than you to do a similar job.
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What's your move? It's okay to have an opinion or idea that differs from the norm and to share it.
There is a way to let your voice be heard without alienating yourself. In fact, putting yourself out on the line could finally get you the recognition you deserve. Mostly Bs: Schooled Fish You are good at standing up for yourself and are well-liked by your coworkers, but you don't stand out from the school of fish as much as you could.