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Make work simple by using the tools and tactics that are right for you
If you sometimes feel you spend more time managing your productivity than doing actual work, it’s time for a change. In Work Simply, renowned productivity expert Carson Tate offers a step-by-step guide to making work simple again by using the style that works best for you.
After reading Work Simply, you’ll come away with a productivity system that truly and fundamentally fits you—and you’ll never feel overwhelmed again.
A guide to becoming a recognized expert in your field
Too many people believe that if they keep their heads down and work hard, they’ll be recognized as experts on the merits of their work. But that’s simply not true anymore. To make a name for yourself, you have to capitalize on your unique perspective and knowledge and inspire others to listen and take action. But becoming a “thought leader” is a mysterious and opaque process. Where do the ideas come from, and how do they get noticed?
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Whether you’ve been sitting on the job search sidelines, itching for a new job, or entering the workforce for the first time, looking for a job is tough work, especially if you’re an introvert. Unlike going to work with its set routine and built-in colleagues, job search is lonely business, even if you’re in an outplacement office. Where do you start and how do you get yourself pumped up to face your computer and phone every morning when you’d like nothing better than to slip back to bed and commune with your eyelids. To help you with your job search, here are seven steps to set your course.
Even though the economy’s still not booming, a number of colleagues have recently gotten new marketing jobs. This got me thinking about the advice for new employees that I’ve given my students over the years. Starting a new job, like being a newlywed, is a special time. Before you become indoctrinated in the firm’s way of doing things (aka drinking the Kool-Aid,) here are three areas in which you can gather important information that will help you structure your approach,