Finding difficult to switch? These 5 factors might be holding you back from making a career shift.
Dale Carnegie once said that “There are always three speeches, for every one you actually gave. The one you practiced, the one you gave, and the one you wish you gave.”
They say that life is too short to live, and managing time is the dire need of the hour.
And this seems to be the common consensus among people, irrespective of their love for books or reading.
In a recent survey conducted by LinkedIn of 291 hiring managers in the U.S. it was revealed that 59% managers believe that soft skills are difficult to find.
Abraham Lincoln once said “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” And to create a future, you must figure out the right direction in which you will run the course of your life.
A research says that ‘Happy Employees’ are 12 per cent more productive than unhappy ones.
Just because the career you choose doesn’t fits in the ideal image of society doesn’t mean that you can’t be a path-breaker.
Life without internet sounds dull and if someone asks you to search Job without using Internet, the idea might sound completely offbeat.
Picking a right career that promises growth and long term monetary gains in indeed a difficult task.
Finally it is time to bid adieu to your good old college days and move on to another phase i.e. corporate life.
The initial 90 days (approximately 3 months) is an exciting phase when you enter in an organisation.
We all spend a major chunk of our day at work and while it is inevitable for most part, there are hacks which can save us a lot of time for other things which matter as much as our job does.