How I improve my career resolutions

Are you one of those people who get goosebumps when the thought of their career goals strikes? Or do you have goals in place but it’s just not working??

It’s time to get to business. While you’re making resolutions to work out 3 days a week or stop negative self-talk, why not make a resolution to also invest in yourself and grow your career? 2017 should be your year of growth- financially, emotionally, and professionally.

Since most of us spend a majority of our time at work, changing your career could directly affect personal growth in other areas of your life. Meaning, if you have a good day at work and feel professionally motivated, that evening workout and morning pep talk will be much easier to accomplish.

This guide will provide you with some ideas on how to improve your work life and walk into your job every day like a boss (literally or figuratively).

obama door kickTopics this guide will cover:

  • Loving your job and changing your attitude to set your 2017 up for success
  • Sharpening your skills and investing in yourself in order to promote growth
  • Taking control over your destiny and working towards your passion
  • How to make sure you stick to your resolutions and turn 2017 into your year

Use this guide to reach your career resolutions.

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About Noelle Bailey

Noelle Bailey is a Los Angeles native and Howard University graduate with a degree in Journalism with a concentration in Public Relations and a minor in Electronic Studio. What’s that mean? I love asking questions, telling you about it, and making it look nice at the end.

When I'm not working I love to blog, film, and edit my YouTube series. My favourite subject to document is YOU! Yes, you! I love understanding what motivates people, what discourages them and everything in between.

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