Have you ever realized most of the professionals don’t have a solid career plan and, instead of that, just keep things moving? (do a mini-survey and ask people around you!)
However, the opposite is true as well. The most successful people knew what they were pursuing quite well and that was the number 1 reason to achieve the pinnacle of their career ladder.
We are living in the information age, therefore this abundance of information created an enormous sense of urgency and also, tremendous speed.
The sense of urgency makes us to be busy, but basically, “feel” busier than we really are. That’s what I call “busy-ache”. The busy-ache prevents us to stop and think about
dozens (if not hundreds) of daily actions that impact our career and lives.
Most of these actions divert us from our goals, simply because we are not enough aware of our goals, neither our actions.
And adding “light speed” to the marketplace, obviously, makes it faster, making each action critical since the job marketplace is a competition.
Those that know where they want to be have enormous advantage.
Research says that just the fact to have an objective makes you 50% closer to attain it.
What about that?
But having a goal is not enough.
You must know yourself. And better than you think.
You must think differently.
And, more important, you must take control.
Once you take full control of your career defining objectives, being aware of your actions and instead of divert, drive things towards it, you perceive dramatic changes, not only in your career, but also in your life.
It’s time for you to have your ultimate career plan.
Moreover, it’s time for you to decide.
Do you want to be successful in your career or regret not be further along?