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2013-10-27  笑熬浆糊糊


1. Create a rich work portfolio
1. 丰富工作经验

You know doing the bare minimum probably won't get you promoted or recognized. But you also know you haven't received any awards for going above-and-beyond either. What's the point? Skill building! Think about the projects you could take on to build your portfolio of skills and expertise. Maybe you company needs a website redesign and you could lead a committee to brainstorm ideas. Perhaps you could suggest a process to bring customer service up to snuff. Take on one project that is important to you and run with it. Don't expect recognition or a bonus. Do it because it is important to you.

2. Build your resiliency
2. 提高适应能力

When was the last time you really changed your routine? While we crave routine and consistency, our work seldom provides the stability we want. One way to cope is to force change on ourselves. Begin testing your flexibility and adaptability by doing things that are uncomfortable. If you don't normally get to work early, try it for a month and see what happens. Is there a colleague you don't know well? Ask them to lunch. By pushing yourself outside your comfort zone regularly, you begin to build your resiliency.

3. Learn to love conflict
3. 学会爱上分歧

Don't run away from a disagreement or bite your tongue every time your boss comes up with a crazy idea. Stand up and be heard. Take a stand and learn how to defend what you believe in and what you know. The more experience you gain defending your points, the better you can get. Not every battle is worth fighting, and not every idea is worth defending. When you learn how to sell and negotiate your ideas you might just gain more respect.
每当上司有疯狂的想法时,不要总是逃避分歧或者保持沉默。站出来让别人知道你的想法。表明立场,并知道怎么让别人接受自己的想法。如果你经常这样做,你就会越做越好。但并不是每个问题都值得争论,每个想法都值得辩护。当你懂得如何推销自己的想法时,你已经赢得了尊重。4. Practice generosity
4. 多多给予

Who doesn't like it when they receive a genuine compliment or sincere recognition out of the blue? Do you spontaneously praise or thank co-workers? You could offer to mentor or help a new employee or stay late after work to help someone with a deadline. When you go out of your way to do things for others, you begin to establish a reputation for being generous.

5. Teach yourself
5. 自学技能

When budgets are tight, the budget item usually cut first is formal training opportunities. While this is unfortunate, it shouldn't deter you from getting the knowledge and skills you need to succeed. Seek opportunities to teach yourself the skills through free courses offered by Harvard, MIT, and Stanford's edX. Use your creative problem-solving skills to get the knowledge you need to stay competitive.

6. Time is all it takes
6. 用心思考

Finding time to think about your career seldom makes it on your daily to-do list. Set some measurable and time-sensitive goals to make these things happen and don't forget to write them down so you see them every day.




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