A New Year, A New Attitude, A New Career

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We’ve all heard the Albert Einstein definition of insanity: “Doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result”.  However, every year we write out our goals but then fail to execute….so let’s do something a little different.  Let’s try a different attitude, a different approach and let’s focus more on the execution and less on the goal or objective.  In other words, we know what we want but often we seem to lose focus on the execution.
In order to succeed in the execution we have to make the execution the actual goal.  When we fail to reach a goal it is usually because we failed somewhere in the execution.  Make your goals very simple and base them on tasks and execution rather than outcome.  As you complete each task check it off as a victory and a goal successfully attained.  These small but significant successes, will increase our level of production and career progression.
As our level of execution goes up, so will our career potential and our level of confidence. As our confidence level increases, our interaction with decision makers and upper management increases and we begin to exhibit leadership attributes, which in turn opens the doors of opportunity.