We’ve officially moved into the new year and as we close the door on 2013 and get ready for a fresh start, we’re thinking of ways we can improve in every area of our lives, including our work lives. If you’re starting 2014 with a performance review, embrace the opportunity to set new goals. If you’ve historically limited your communication with co-workers to a passing “hello”, branch out and make new relationships. Rread this helpful article by U.S. News and World Report’s Aaron Guerrero to find out how you can be better at your job in 2014!
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Long-term goals can be daunting, especially when they begin to add up without any real step-by-step for achieving them. Setting deadlines in the near future can be helpful, but a deadline is a static thing, while a schedule is an active map of how to get from point A to point B. In this insightful article, Drake Baer explains how to stop focusing on the deadline and start seeing the benefit of a point by point plan to achieving your goals, both big and small.
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