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Tomorrow Will Be A Better Day

Your career has its ups and downs. We all have or have had career slumps and they do pass. If you are feeling “slumpish” these days, know that you will look back one day and recognize the valuable lessons you’ve learned from this time in your life. Everything happens for a reason—you just might not know the reason yet.

If this is a down period for you, the good news is it’s up from here.

While You Are Figuring Things Out, Trust That Tomorrow Will Be A Better Day. Here’s How To Focus On What’s Yet To Come.

1. Write Down What You Want Your Future To Look Like


An Introduction to Priorities

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In todays got to have it yesterday world the challenge is to get the most important, high value activities consistently accomplished each and every day.

In my productivity development classes I use the statement, "you could work 24 hours a day seven days a week for 365 days a year and still not get it all done. However you can get the most important high value work consistently done each day if you know what that work is."


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