These are the non-negotiable values you want to be known and remembered for.
Once you have identified your values, look at your personality, skills and interests to make sure that they align with your current occupation.
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Determine where you are in your career.
Identify how you got there and why you might lack fulfillment in your professional life.
These are questions like “What do I really want?” or “Should I change careers?”
The more grounded you are with the answers to these important questions, the better able you are to reach your true goals.
Once you start down the path of finding meaning in your work, the more open you are to the journey, the more opportunities you will see around you.
Be open to the journey itself, rather than obsessing about the destination. Finding purpose can be full of many detours as well as success stories.
Develop a plan to bring your core values into every day life.
It gives you meaning and reasons to do the jobs you do.
It is always important to trust the right people and have your own idea of a goal.
The best employees are those who perceive their jobs as a calling. They are motivated and driven to continue growing.
Keep it short and simple—just focus on what gets you out the door every day.
Your mantra should encompass who you are, where you want to go, and the impact you want to make during your 9-to-5.
It is normal for a mentee to fear showing what he is capable of, that's why the mentor's job is to help his mentee break the rock that hinders him in showing his potential.
It is important for the mentor to be able to express his love because it is the source of hope, curiosity, trust, delight, or even anger that could release the hidden potential of the mentee.