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3 ways to improve your career growth through your habits

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Prioritising your most important engagements ensures that you spend your time on the things that will truly grow your career, bringing you closer to achieving your goals.

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The things you do on a daily basis sometimes become you. So poor habits that see you waste your talents on non-consequential tasks and your money on frivolous things, often keep you from growing. Instead, it is time to set yourself up for success. Change your outlook and improve your earning ability as an entrepreneur.

Here are 3 ways to improve your career growth through your habits:

1.Set up your environment for success

Instead of being reactive, train yourself to be proactive. Seek out new opportunities, create your own path to cultivate your talents and improve your career growth exponentially.

2.Drop devicive habits

Poor habits only take from you and your prospects of success. Changing your habits can be the one thing that takes you to the next level, setting you up for progress.

3.Curve out your time

Time wasted is never recovered. Make a schedule and create time for what is most important. Prioritising your most important engagements ensures that you spend your time on the things that will truly grow your career, bringing you closer to achieving your goals. Remember, you only have one life there are no rehearsals.

This article was originally published on The Sauce by Capital FM. Read the full version here

 

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    Maureen | December 11, 2018 09:17

    Time is the most important resource given freely to all who are not imprisoned by lack of self discipline and respect and once lost can never be recovered. We need to create time for the things we like and the people as well. Shalom


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