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thinkposStop saying “should have,” after you lose your job . Start saying “next time.” The former is backward-facing and the latter is forward-facing.
Should have’s correct the past; something impossible to do. When you say “we should have” you belittle past wisdom and efforts
Should-have-leaders honor their critics; something that creates more critics because you get more of what you honor.
Critics frequently don’t participate but judge what was done. Critics sit on the sidelines and seldom offer useful suggestions because they are ignorant of everything that was planned and done. They tear down. If the best you can do is point out failures in others, you’re probably failing yourself.
Participants, on the other hand, offer insightful evaluations that create improvements. They establish platforms that enhance and build the future
Say, “What worked” and “What didn’t work” rather than “What went wrong.” The former acknowledges sincere effort. The latter is negative; it belittles participants.
“Should have” ties you to the past and expresses defeatist attitudes. “Next time” presses into the future and maintains momentum; something all successful leaders do.
Think positive and don’t do anything rush or bitter. As satisfying as it might be, making accusation or sending an email about everything that’s wrong with that company, your ex boss, your ex colleagues, the work place just be smart don’t do it. You need to protect your reputation now more than ever, and a bitter, hostile exit will make that impossible. Being negative holds you in the past and restrains you from the future
Put all the energy in finding the next step up and let the past “What worked” to be the starting point for your future. Better old friends than new enemies.

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Lifestyle

It’s far easier to fall into a habit then get our of it, especially when that habit is supported by the other

 

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Be a Winner

If you going to be a fighter, you have to accept that getting knocked out is a real possibility. But practicing hard and develop skills giving you the edge and.

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Mistake

It’s better to make a big mistake than a small one, because you can recognize and correct the big ones.

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Don't Be Afraid To Ask

It’s important that you meet other people’s expectations or, better yet, surpass them. That’s why we should not be afraid to ask directly what people want from us.

 

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afterschool-globalcompetence

Set learning goals for yourself instead of performance goals. By learning, you will automatically become a more competent performer, but if you perform well without learning, it will be hard to repeat the success.

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a1

The best time to start was last year. The second best time is right now.

“Often the difference between a successful person and the failure is not one’s better abilities or ideas, but the courage that one has to bet on one’s idea, to take a calculated risk – and to act” André Malraux

It takes courage to take action without instructions from the person in charge. Perhaps that’s why initiative is a rare quality that’s coveted by managers and executives everywhere. Seize the initiative. When you have a good idea, start implementing it without being told. Once people see you’re serious about getting things done they’ll want to join in. The people at the top don’t have anyone telling them what to do. If you want to join them, you should get used to acting independently.

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