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Some people seem to be their own worst enemies at work. They might be smart and skilled, but they lack the judgment and perspective to get ahead.
If you want to avoid sabotaging your career, avoid these self-inflicted wounds:
• Entitlement mentality. Remember that you have to earn respect, trust, recognition, promotions, raises, and all the other trappings of success. Concentrate on your contributions to the organization’s success. Expecting or demanding rewards will make you look childish and unprofessional.
• Perfectionism. You should always strive for excellence, but don’t drive yourself (and those around you) crazy trying to get every detail perfect. Remember that you’ll make mistakes—everyone does—and just concentrate on doing your best and moving steadily forward.
• Resistance to change. “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” makes sense in some situations, but in a career, change is something to embrace if you want to grow and advance. Stay on top of trends in your industry and developments in your organization, and be ready to shift gears—and even lead the charge—when change is necessary.
• Following the wrong plan. You’re in charge of your own career. If you let other people dictate what you should do, you might succeed at something you don’t really value. Listen to advice from managers and mentors, but make your own decisions about what’s right for you.
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