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The world is a big place. When choosing your career path, be sure you're headed in the I right general direction for your natural abilities. Clarifying a general direction will help you ask more useful questions. If you head east when your path lies west, you'll never get on the right road. I often hear people ask "Should I be a doctor or a lawyer?" as if those two careers lie ...
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Some of the suggestions found in this book will be easier to follow than others, so don't feel you have to do everything. Some C students can succeed without a mentor; others can achieve their goals even if they don't take smart risks. The preceding chapters have each offered specific guidelines, recognizing that you're going to have to figure out which ones work best for you. Some of ...
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  Give yourself ten years to watcl! for and capitalize on all types of During this time your goal stitiwidhlakt the greater chance you have of succeeding. Contrary many people believe, you don't have to follow a narrow career path to reach the top. Your career may hinge on volunteering for a task no one else wants to do or taking a job at a smaller company for less money. Your unexpect...
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Multiple Intelligence considers different intelligences and sensories insted of a specific Intelligence. Following are the Gardner's Multiple Intelligences - descriptions, preferences, personal potential, related tasks and tests :   1. Linguistic  intelligence description : words and language, written and spoken; retention, interpretation and explanation of ideas and...
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The Visual-Auditory-Kinesthetic learning styles model or 'inventory', usually abbreviated to VAK, provides a simple way to explain and understand your own learning style (and learning styles of others). 'Learning style' should be interpreted to mean an individual mixture of styles. Everyone has a mixture of strengths and preferences. No-one has exclusively one single style or prefe...
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It's important to have Mentors in Professional and Private Life. Following is a list of several different types of mentors. You may want to find at least one in each category : - Leadership Mentor : If you aspire to move into a leadership position, you need to find someone who can model leadership behaviors. This person can teach you everything from how to delegate to how to communicate a s...
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We all look at the world in our own way. Some people have a spatial or 3-D orientation. Others have a nonspatial point of view. Others are somewhere in the middle. See if you can identify where you fit on this scale. The range of this ability is best described on a continuum from nonspatial to tangible to spatial, as : Nonspatial, Tagible and Spatial   Let's use the field ...
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Your preferred, broad approach to tasks can be categorized and describes as follows : Organizer Factual and deliberate, organizers take an objective, systematic approach. Their virtue is that they are unlikely to be rushed, so that what they do can be relied upon. They are effective at dealing with information in a planned way, so that the best use may be gained from everything. There are...
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Your typical relationship with people can be broadly categorised into the followig : Commanders Assertive and gregarious, commanders like to take responsibility. They are influential and persuasive, often displaying energy and flair in directing others whatever the activity. Their enthusiasm often makes people turn to them for advice and leadership. As they have confidence and social skills, t...
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We are all capable of behaving in different ways on different occasions and in different circumstances. That is why, as members of teams, we often take on different roles and responsibilities, which might not be entirely suited to us but need to be done.   Following are the Personality Titles and their description : 1. Director Characteristics: Factual, Deliberate, Assertive an...
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