A lot of professionals want to achieve a certain level of success in their career. Many go on to do this. Others struggle to make the progress they would like.
When it comes to your career it is very easy to believe that it is in many respects out of your control.
But what if you were to focus on what you could change in order to achieve more career success. Would that make a difference?
So you might be wondering what you can change to achieve more career success. Here are some thoughts and ideas.
You Can Change Your Approach To Job Search
The internet is full of opportunities. It can be tempting to adopt a spray and hope strategy. If you changed to being more strategic and targeted in your job search, you are likely to achieve better results.
3 targeted applications are likely to be better than 300 spray and hope applications.
You Can Change How You Showcase Yourself
There are 2 main ways in which you showcase yourself these days.
One is your CV or resume. The other is your LinkedIn profile.
Unless both these sources market you well, you are not going to have the impact you could and lose out on potential opportunities that you are actually a good fit for.
You Can Change How You Prepare For Job Interviews
Having spoken to hundreds of professionals, one thing I have realised is that the majority under prepare.
By that I mean they fail to spend sufficient time ahead of job interviews to perform well.
You Can Change Your Perspective
In the ideal world everything would go well all of the time. In the real world this is rarely the case.
Your perspective or outlook when things are not going so well is a big factor.
So what will give you the biggest benefit right now and get you moving in your career?
Duncan Brodie helps accountants and professionals to achieve more career success. He invites you to sign up for his free report, 50 ways to achieve more career success.
In summary since 2006 I’ve worked with in excess of 6,000 accountants and professionals in workshops, seminars and one to one helping them achieve career success and become better leaders and presenters. Before that I spent 25 years in accountancy climbing the career ladder from Payments Clerk to FD. I’m a CIMA Fellow, Certified Professional Coach and Team Coach Facilitator.