贤虹436 [荔湾网友] 2018-04-16 08:38:52 3: Update your resume
Smart careerists are always ready for the next opportunity. Taking time to review and modify your resume before you want to send it to someone makes it a better product. This is often your first introduction to a new employer or boss — so make sure it’s topnotch.
4: Invest in your career
Most people forget they really have two jobs. The first is to do what you get paid for and do it better than others. The second is to do what's required to ensure that your career isn't left to someone's wrong opinions that were made in your absence. Be in the office when your boss is. It gives you additional opportunity to let him or her get to know you for things other then the job you’re currently filling.
5: Get financially smart
Get involved with managing your financial affairs. Paying attention to money matters is one of the smartest and easiest ways to improve your personal balance sheet. There are many books and online courses on the subject of money management basics. Looking after your financial health doesn't take a lot of time; but it could save your life.
6: Develop a sense of urgency
Many people think that working hard, being busy, and burning a lot of energy is equal to managing their career and life. It's not. Developing a sense of urgency means knowing how to pick through all those "to-do's" and focusing your time and energy on just the ones that count.