It’s that time of year again when so many of us promise ourselves we’ll adopt healthier habits, read more books, and save more money. But here’s the thing: it can be challenging to find the time and motivation to keep the usual New Year’s resolutions. Think about it: on a Monday morning when it’s raining cats and dogs, are you really going to walk the five blocks from the subway station to the office when you can easily drive to work and leave the car in the parking garage next door? Or after a long day at work, would you rather spend your evening reading a book on the fine nuances of persuasion marketing… or binge watching Game of Thrones? Or if the office java just doesn’t give you the same zing as the jet fuel/espresso from the coffee shop in the lobby, should you really risk not being fully awake when you get to work?
Clearly, there are many reasons—or excuses, depending on how you look at it—to forget about your resolutions. But when it comes to your career, it’s different because you’re getting paid to improve! What’s more: everything you do to advance your career is an investment in your future. And especially now, when technological advancements are changing the workplace faster than ever before, you need to invest in your career development.
That’s why, even if you’ve never kept a single New Year’s resolution before in your life, 2017 is the year to start. Keep the following do’s and don’ts in mind.
Keep these do’s and don’ts in mind, and you’ll be well on your way to keeping your New Year’s resolutions and as a result, enhancing your career.
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