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Thursday, November 25, 2010

How to Keep a Job in Tough Times - By William S. Cottringer, Ph.D.

"The quickest way to appreciate your job is to imagine yourself without one." ~Oscar Wilde.

In tough economic times, it is not a good thing to be unemployed. And if you are lucky enough to have a job, you don't want to do anything to lose it by doing or not doing something under your control. In most states misconduct or quitting for no good cause will keep you from being eligible for unemployment benefits. And sometimes, you can even be proactive to avoid being laid off. 

It is always better to have a job than not. Work is a third of your life and being able to contribute your abilities to the company, school, team, government agency or non-profit organization you work for, always goes a long way to your overall happiness and success in life. Below are a seven solid common sense tips on how to keep your job in tough economic times:

1. Follow The Rules.
Every employer has work rules and policies which are made and enforced to help the business meet its goals and avoid problems that hurt the business, public or other employees. Violating these rules is a sure way to be unemployed through your own fault. Unexcused absences, acts of dishonesty, being rude and unprofessional or anything that is deliberately done against what an employer has a right and need to expect to be successful in what the business or organization is trying to do, is too disruptive. This will not ever get positive attention or results in keeping a job anytime--feast or famine, but especially in tough economic times. Know what the rules are and respect your employer by following them.

2. Create Value In What You Do.
It is smart to learn how do something others can't do as well, in creating special value for your employer in building your worth and job security. In X Company Bill isn't a lawyer but has learned enough about the law in his State to help cut costs for his company by doing the paralegal research on some complex cases. In Company Y Mary didn't get a degree in computer science but she helps create value the company by helping the IT person update the company web page from what she has learned at home. Take an inventory of your special talents or interests and learn how you can "volunteer" these special abilities in contributing greater value to your employer.

3. Be A Team Player.
Most people don't lose their jobs through incompetence or poor job performance, but rather because of personality conflicts with the boss, supervisor or other employees, or through character flaws (which has already been covered under # 1 Follow the Rules). Save your independent streak for home or hobbies after work, but while at work realize that it is through good teamwork that your organization succeeds and successful organizations don't have to lay off workers and certainly won't want to fire you. Look for ways you can cooperate and help other employees do things you may be better skilled at doing like writing reports, doing Internet research, crunching numbers, setting up more efficient e-mail retrieval, dealing with angry customers or moving paperwork faster. Remember: The team always gets more done as a whole, than any individuals can alone.

4. Learn What Your Company Needs Most.
In tough economic times, companies and employees have to learn how to constantly adapt to changes in operating methods, business marketing strategies, customer relations and every other aspect of doing business. The urgency of mastering the change process can't be understated today. Showing this sense of urgency in what you are doing at work is the quickest way to be noticed in a positive way; not showing it is the quickest way to become unemployed. Learning to be flexible in changing your own work style and approach and then applying it to helping your company get to where it needs to go to be successful, is a sure way to keep your job along the way and long afterwards.

5. Value Your Job.
We are all not lucky enough to be in our perfect dream job. You may even be in a job you dislike which isn't really using your talents or challenging you enough. But having a job is always better than the alternative (as the Oscar Wilde quote above aptly intimates), and there is always some reason you are in a particular job at a particular time to learn something important for the next one you might be moving into. Whether you like your job or not, give it your best effort and learn the intended lesson, so that you can move on sooner rather than later (be sure and notice Drew Carey's quote at the end). In the meantime, keep your feet on the ground focusing on taking one step at a time in the job you are doing, whatever it may be, and avoid gazing at the moon and falling down.

6. Don't Worry About Others.
It does no good to worry about what others get or don't get in relation to you at work. That is just a complete waste of time which in turn inevitably makes you unhappy and wanting something different than what you have. There is never any happy ending to that vicious circle to nowhere. When you focus all your energy and efforts in doing the best you can by doing all the right things at work to the best of your ability and full concentration, you feel more satisfied and don't have any time to be needlessly worrying about other employees or supervisors. You can control what you say and do, but not others.

7. Learn from Your Mistakes.
The employee who doesn't make mistakes doesn't make much of anything. But if you can avoid making a fatal mistake, like costing the company a huge financial loss or talking gossip about the bosses' husband and getting caught, then reflect on situations you did mostly right and think about how to change the few things you might have done a little better. This is really an attitude that you don't know it all and can always keep learning more--especially from the smaller mistakes that keep you from being the best employee you can be. Learning, growing and improving is the best path to success and happiness at work and life in general.

Apply these seven suggestions and you won't be worried about losing your job, now or later.

"Oh, you hate your job? Why didn't you say so? There's a support group for that. It's called EVERYBODY, and they meet at the bar." ~ Drew Carey. 

About the Author:
William Cottringer, Ph.D. is Executive Vice President for Employee Relations for Puget Sound Security, Inc. in Bellevue, WA, along with being a Sport Psychologist, Business Success Coach, Photographer and Writer living in the mountains of North Bend. He is author of several business and self-development books, including, "You Can Have Your Cheese & Eat It Too" (Executive Excellence); "The Bow-Wow Secrets" (Wisdom Tree); and "Do What Matters Most" and "P" Point Management;" (Atlantic Book Publishers); Reality Repair Rx (Publish America); and "Reality Repair" (Global Vision Press). Bill can be reached for comments or questions at (425) 454-5011 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              (425) 454-5011      end_of_the_skype_highlighting or

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Monday, November 22, 2010

The Law of Ambition By Brian Tracy

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The Law of Ambition
By Brian Tracy

Leaders have an intense desire to lead; they have a clear vision of a better future, which they are determined to realize. Vision is the one common quality that separates leaders from non-leaders. Leaders have a clear picture of the kind of future they want to create, and they have the ability to communicate this vision to others in an exciting and inspiring way.

Key Responsibility of Leadership
People may work steadily for a paycheck, but they perform at high levels only when they are inspired by a vision of some kind. The development and articulation of this vision is a key responsibility of leadership.

Leaders Visualize
Leaders have the ability to visualize, to see the big picture and then to inspire others to work together to make it a reality. The true leader sees leadership as a tool he or she can use to bring about a result that is bigger and more important than any single individual.

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You become a leader when you set a goal, make a plan, and then throw your whole heart into making it a reality. You become a leader when you develop an inspiring vision for yourself and others. You become a leader when you know exactly where you want to go, why you want to get there, and what you have to do to achieve your vision.

Leaders Explain
Leaders can explain clearly to other people what it is they are trying to accomplish, why they are trying to accomplish it, and how they are going to bring it about. They are eager to get results and they are impatient with delays. They are excited about what they are doing, and as a result, they get other people excited as well. Leaders have goals, plans, and strategies that they are working to implement every day. They are in a hurry. They have a lot to do and they feel that they have too little time.

Perhaps the most important part of ambition is clarity on the part of the leader. The leader has a clear vision, clear values, a clear vision, and clear, written goals, plans, and strategies for his or her department or organization. Most of all, leaders want to lead, to be in charge, to be responsible, to make things happen. They are willing to endure the risks and the sacrifices that are required to make a real difference in their worlds.

Action Exercise
Determine a clear vision for yourself and your organization. Where would you ideally like to be in three to five years? Define it clearly. Write it down. Share it with others. The more clear and specific you are about your future vision for yourself and your company, the more you will accomplish and the better and more effective leader you will become.

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Monday, November 15, 2010

The Single Biggest Lie About Success...

By Brian Tracy

What's the one thing that holds almost every emerging business back? What's the biggest bottleneck to success?

It happens to every business. You start out lean and mean—with just enough staff to get your business going. It may even be just you and your partner—and then you make a sale, and another and another.

Pretty soon your business is growing and you're breaking even, or even making a profit—when you run into a WALL.

It happens to everybody. You're working 50 to 60, or more, hours a week and you know that if you just had more time or could clone yourself, you could take your business to the next level.

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The Big Lie
First let me tell you the truth about growing your business. It's not you that's holding it back. You're already working hard. And trying to work harder will only bring in incremental growth. Not the answer if what you want is to double, triple, or quadruple your profits.

The Simple Secret to Success
The simple secret to success is that to scale your business, you need a team. Furthermore, you need to stop being all the players on the team, answering the phone, selling, shipping, and all the other routine administrative tasks involved in keeping your business growing.

I'm sure you already figured it out. Instead of trying to do everything yourself, being the coach for your business, having a team would enable you to scale your business and increase your profits by a huge amount.


...there is one big fat problem that no one talks about.

The Big Fat Problem
Unless you're independently wealthy or have venture capital, the big problem to growing your business is CASH.

Sure, it would be great to hire on a team to take over all those profit killing administrative tasks you're wasting your time on, but without the additional sales, how can you hire the team you need?

Hiring on one employee, paying their salary, benefits, and associated payroll expenses is expensive. Hiring on a whole team to do the daily work of running your business would be catastrophic to your cash flow. And with the banks being tight about loans, it's hard to get the bridge loan you could use.

What's the solution, the simple way you can hire the team you need to scale your business and minimize your cash outflow?

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The Answer Is The Virtual Workforce
Thanks to the Internet, you can hire a virtual assistant, accountant, bookkeeper, web designer, copywriter, on an 'as needed' basis, and pay them at an hourly rate. That way you only pay them what you can afford and then ramp up their hours as your business grows.

It's an insanely easy way to delegate away all those routine clerical tasks so you can focus on the key tasks that bring in the big money for your business.

What's The Best Way to Hire Your Virtual Team?
Knowing what to delegate and to whom is the key. And to help you, my colleague Charlie Cook, an outsourcing expert himself, has persuaded the top ten outsourcing and delegation experts in the world, to share their inside tips with you.

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Finally you can discover how to work less and make more! You're just one-click away from getting the top profit-generating secrets to tapping the virtual workforce.

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The potential of every business is only limited by 3 things.

1. Your vision.
2. Your ability to delegate.
3. And your team.

Once you stop trying to be all the players on your team and start being the leader of your business, you can easily scale it up and see your profits soar.

Discover the secrets to making more this year.

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