Productivity

Productivity

Work is the only way to achieve things. Thinking about achieving your goals will not do anything real for you. So make good use of your time. Know how to get the most results in the least amount of time. That’s the ultimate aim of productivity skills.

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Self Improvement

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Self-awareness and introspection

Self-awareness = awareness of your thoughts. And when you’re self-aware, you automatically learn more about who you are—which is called self-knowledge. But it all starts with being aware. No awareness = No knowledge.

Leadership and independence

The best way to help others is to teach them to rely on themselves. There’s no better way to lead than setting a good example of how to be independent. 

Better writing->better thinking

And better thinking leads to better communication. When you become a better writer, you can easily express yourself and start making connections. That will improve your career in ways you never imagine.

Mindfulness

Being a calm mindful person means being in control of your thoughts and emotions.

A way of becoming more mindful is being present - staying in the present moment means never being lost in thoughts. 

Perseverance

Never quit striving for betterment.

Some days you may feel like giving up because you don't see any results in your life. But keep persevering. Get better at what you so do and you'll gain even more confidence.

Excellence

No matter what you do, do it the best way you can—or not at all. Excellence is a skill.

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A sense of direction

It’s not important to know exactly what you want to do in life

People change. Economies change. So, it’s not even realistic to boldly claim “I know what I want!” The only thing every person needs is a sense of direction, a vision of where you’d like to go. 

Why Interviewers Ask It

This introductory question serves as an icebreaker to lend an easy flow to the conversation. It helps the recruiter to get to know you in terms of hard and soft skills.

It’s a great opportunity to demonstrate that you can communicate clearly and effectively.

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