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The Search for a better 2013 Starts in You

Verna Austria 04.02.2013

New Year is a good time to fix some broken tracks at work whether you are in an executive post or otherwise.  Fine tuning the path and learning what got derailed on your Philippine’ business over the past year can brighten upcoming possibilities.


And sometimes, all it takes is just a clear, honest evaluation of ourselves and with this, I mean not just always “the” major changes or soul-searching realizations that can shake the world.


Start with small concerns and if properly resolved, may, in fact, create a better outcome for you and the company.  Here are some matters to think about:

  •  Attitude  - There is no way that you go to work happy every day.  Being dependent on happiness would mean days of less output the moment you feel otherwise, or worse, even zero productivity until you stumble upon the happy mood again. For how long? Perhaps by the time you are past deadline?
  •  Time Management - Facebook updates are eternal.  Red highlights in the notification section will never end, right? So do not attempt to be in-the-know and on the loop at all times; there is nothing much you can do anyway even if you are. What to do then if you are so engrossed using FB? Focus on your tasks -- then allot 30-minutes to one-hour only in a day devoting to your social media interactions.
  •  Disposition - Stay positive.  Fight the urge to go the south side of positive.  It’s not all the time a walk in the park but this is the time to summon your inner strength.   Who said it’s going to be easy succeeding?


Think of the small pressing issues you may have struggled through in 2012.  Review how they might have hindered your growth.  Devise realistic ways to overcome the constraints; then witness how it progresses to bigger and better improvements for the New Year.


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