By Donna Dunning
Should you paintings full-time for 40 years, you are going to spend over 80,000 hours at the task. With this a lot time invested, writer Donna Dunning asserts that your profession might be fascinating, motivating and worthwhile. In her hugely acclaimed first e-book, Whats Your form of Career?, Dunning brought a collection of robust instruments that for the 1st time associated character variety to profession good fortune and helped hundreds of thousands of people chart a route to expert development and bigger activity pride. during this follow-up publication, 10 occupation necessities tells readers the way to extra use their character style to tailor their profession luck suggestions to their own personal tastes. every one bankruptcy describes one profession luck method - comparable to optimizing your outlook, exceeding expectancies and thriving amidst uncertainty - offering self-assessment instruments and how to stimulate studying and increase your skill to enforce a private profession technique to its fullest.
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Ask for and listen to feedback to increase your awareness of your errors so you can understand and learn from them. In most settings, trying things and making mistakes is a necessary part of learning and developing. A mistake usually becomes a problem only when you make it repeatedly and don’t correct it. However, in some situations it isn’t safe or prudent to try new things and take risks. Be aware of these limits when trying out new behaviors and testing solutions. Attempting new tasks and learning from mistakes does not mean you should engage in dangerous or unreasonable behaviors.
However, you shouldn’t use this as an excuse. Recognize tendencies to blame, trust luck, or deny your part in these situations. Recognize, too, that you may have played a part, however small, in what happened. In these cases you can still take ownership of and change your behaviors. Part of taking ownership is determining what you can and cannot control. Then you can act on what is within your control. You can also take ownership for your reaction to what you can’t control. You are responsible for how you react when others impede your ability to achieve results.
Many aspects of the workplace can be stressful. Some people find routine stressful; others are bothered by unpredictability. Incompetence, disorder, poor morale, and interpersonal conflicts cause dissatisfaction, as do inadequate pay, lack of recognition, and unappealing hours and tasks. Also, negativity can increase when no one seems to listen to or act on employee concerns. Excel You r Wa y : Ti p s for Th i n ki ng (T) a n d Feeli ng (F) Typ es If you are a Thinking (T) type, you may have an especially hard time working with incompetent people or in disorderly environments.
10 Career Essentials: Excel at Your Career by Using Your Personality Type by Donna Dunning