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The Newbies Career Success Ezine, Issue #20 - What Challenges Can Teach You At Work
July 19, 2011
We are always faced with challenges every day, at work or at home. I used to get worked up whenever I am faced with challenges – even little ones. But I learned, you either go face to face and take on the challenge positively, or get frustrated and unnecessarily stressed over it.
Now, I take challenges as free lessons for experiences I can use for the rest of my life. What about you? Here are some articles that can guide you when you feel challenged.
Some months ago I started blogging for my own firm Red Pencils here. If advertising and branding stuff interests you, you may want to check it out. Occasionally, I blog about work related issues too.
This issue we bring you 5 interesting articles to help you towards career success and job satisfaction.
This is a compilation of 101 articles with practical, solid advice on how you can take action and improve your Career. I am extremely excited to be a part of this, and am equally excited to be a contributing author along with Tory Johnson, Laura DeCarlo, Brian Tracy, Charlotte Weeks and many more of the world's leading career experts.
To get more information, go to 101 Great Ways to Enhance Your Career. It's a complete collection of 101 insider secrets that shows you how to positively enhance your career!
This book was created by David and Michelle Riklan, the founders of the #1 Self Improvement website in the world, SelfGrowth.com. They tapped into the minds of today’s greatest career experts and pulled together something that will astound you. It's a complete collection of 101 insider secrets that shows you how to positively enhance your career! I hope you will find all the articles helpful. Keep those emails and suggestions coming…
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