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Navigating your career can be tough. You don't want to rock the boat in asking for a promotion, but you also don't want to go unnoticed. That's why we put together a great list of career hacks to fast track your success now. Because we all want to find success at your jobs.
It's not about being overly self-promotional or allowing yourself to miss the boat. Rather, you focus on giving to others and adding value. That's what sets you apart.
Here are 6 career hacks to fast track your success and get you noticed at work.
Found from SoFi
What have you done for me lately? That's the approach you need to take.
The folks over at SoFi say you need to communicate what your value is down the road and not what you've already done. Yeah, it sucks, but such is life.
Found from Career Girl Daily
You know how it often says on a job description "other duties as assigned"? Well, that's where it comes in.
If you consistently are the go-to person and go above and beyond the call of duty, you will become indispensable to your company or organization. That's a powerful place to be come promotion time.
Found from Wonderlass
Find the gaps in your company's progress or be the person always trying to make things more efficient. Better yet -- do you see a way to help your employer cut costs? Become a value-added problem solver not just a mindless self-promoter!
Found from Lisa Villaume
I'm a huge fan of MJ DeMarco and his approach in The Millionaire Fastlane. If you haven't read it, you need to. I won a free copy of the book years ago and he wrote something in it I've never forgotten: "Love the road trip."
He means the process and the grind. It goes by fast, so you will want to enjoy the journey.
Darren Hardy of Success Magazine also discusses "the grind" often as well. Check him out too.
Found from Money Crashers
You realize you don't know everything, right? And that you're learning just began when you walked across the stage to receive your diploma at graduation.
Be a constant learner, always be curious, and ask questions. That will put you further in your career -- and in life. You will be light-years ahead of your peers as a result.
Found from Career Girl Daily
You want to look good, don't you? You like it when others pump you up and make you look good as well.
Guess what? Your boss is a human being too and he or she wants to look good as well. So, it's in your best interest to feed that ego and get results that promote them to their bosses.
If they're a normal person, they will likely return the favor at some point in the future.
My father-in-law told my wife as she was embarking on her career that you're at your job for 8 or more hours per day. You might as well do what you have to do to make the most money while you need to be there.
Great advice. How are you going to get your next promotion? I hope that these career hacks to fast track your success pay off!
Readers, what are you doing to advance in your career? Let us know in the comments! Please share this article with your friends on Pinterest and Facebook!
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