My G-r-o-w-t-h Model (Part 2)

Yes; you must be willing to do the work that is required to move you forward in your career.

Last week we learned about taking ownership of our careers and this requires a lot of work.

Forget about the mistakes you’ve made in the past just take the lessons, and focus on becoming better.

Like I said last week, you are the Chief Executive Officer of your career, meaning you’re the chief strategist and have sole responsibility for your career’s outcome.

The first place to start is to look at the career goal you’ve set for yourself. Is it in alignment with who you’re becoming?

Ensure it’s SMART, and can be tracked and measured.

Draw up a development plan in line with the goals you’ve set, to address any gaps you may have.

Find an Accountability partner: It’s advisable to have that one person that can hold your hand as you embark on this journey.

Finally, keep an open mind and trust the process.

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