Work. If you want to succeed, never say… What? In this article, you will find some reasonable tips to improve you career and life.
If you want to succeed, never say… What? In recent weeks, I have been reading several self-help books, including: How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie; The 4-Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferris; The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey and of course, Well Said! Presentations and Conversations That Get Results by Darlene Price… Also, YouTube is full of videos about the topic and even, magazines and newspapers. No surprise, in these times of crisis, jobs and promotion opportunities are scarce and people don’t know what to do to improve their life and career.
Then, I’m going to summarize ideas. Here, a popular list of sentences you better don’t say at work:
First, you should be confident and speak as a confident person. Then, never say ‘I’ll try’ because it implies the possibility of failure, or ‘I think’ because the correct verb is ‘I know.’
Furthermore, never insult partners. You are a smart person and this is not polite and it reveals silly juvenile immaturity.
Of course, forget expressions as ‘It’s not fair’ ‘I have no time for this’ or ‘I don’t get paid enough for this.’ They are the beginning of your future dismissal.
Instead, try to be positive and above all, innovative. Then, this sentence should be incorrect: ‘But we have always done like this.’ This is not an excuse for you mistakes.
‘It is impossible, it has nothing to do’ and ‘I hate this company’ are maybe the worst phrases that your boss could hear. Say better: ‘I’m sure, I know the solution’ or ‘I’m done working here.’
Remember, your work is very important and must show satisfaction so others feel well in your company.
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Be smart! Improve your life. Be positive!
Here, Work Song by The Butterfield Blues Band. It will improve your mood.