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Trends are slightly moving in the favor of females who want to lead.
The worst kinds of career gaffes are those you do unintentionally. It’s easy to see why reaming out the boss or taking an unscheduled vacation might get you into hot water, but more subtle self-destructive behaviors can be just as damaging. Here are a few to watch out for.
1. You’re all business at the office
Rebalance your 401(k) account and increase your deferrals.
Do your 401(k) planning and tax planning before 2013 ends.
Because if you make enough money, people call you “eccentric” instead of “crazy.” By Drake Baer
Editor’s Note: This is one of the most-read leadership articles of 2013. Click here to see the full list.
Yes, we all need to heed our callings, follow our north stars, and not settle for jobs, but pursue careers.
Thing is, during anyone’s career, sometimes it gets weird–and getting weird can pay off. Over at Forbes, Jason Nazar gets it done.
The new year is an opportunity to start fresh, to begin again and to reinvest in yourself. And despite common myth, it’s also a great time to find a new job. To help you get a fresh start in the coming year, this week’s roundup brings you five articles to help you jump start your career in 2014.
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Anyone who has accomplished anything of significance didn’t do it alone. Neither should you. Think about the five people you spend the most time with and answer this blindingly simple yet imperative question: Do they make you better?
If they don’t, the question then becomes: Who does makes you better?