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By Bruce Tulgan

The underlying assumption of profession abilities for the recent economic climate is that, within the new financial system, members should be exceptional at fending for themselves in the event that they are to outlive and be successful. the main winning humans will place themselves as loose brokers and promote their talents and talents at the open marketplace. Even those that paintings for a similar organization for years on finish must take accountability for his or her personal luck and safety.

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Invent a service or product. By the way, don’t underestimate number one—it is by far the most readily available way to add value (and often the most appreciated). Remember: Wherever you go, sell your added value. — 19 — . CAREER S KILLS FOR THE N EW ECONOMY ➤ Brainstorm • What are your current opportunities to add value? — Where/How can you get a lot of work done right now? — What problem can you identify that nobody else has identified? — What problem can you solve that no one has solved? — What existing service or product can you improve?

4. Use your time wisely. 5. Fail, fail, fail, but never give up. 1. Start Every Endeavor with Clear Goals Before you invest your time and energy in anything at all, clarify for yourself exactly what it is you are trying to accomplish. What is the tangible result you should be holding in your hands when you are done? ➤ Brainstorm • Think of something you’re working on right now that is important to you. How clear is your goal? What tangible result are you aiming for? — 37 — C AREER S KILLS FOR THE NEW ECONOMY 2.

The hard part is when integrity requires more than sitting on a high horse in judgment of others. Real integrity requires proactive behavior: • Breaking your back to deliver, if necessary, when people are counting on you • Helping others, even when nobody is there to give you credit • Intervening when others are being treated unfairly • Speaking out in support of causes that you believe in, even if those causes are unpopular ➤ Brainstorm • Think of an ethical dilemma you have recently faced or are now facing—one that required, or requires, proactive behavior on your part.

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