How to Great you’re Top Work?

How to Great you’re Top Work? 

Hi Friends,

You can see how to great your top work. Ability is an important consideration in our work, especially if we're new to a situation, eager to impress clients, bosses or colleagues. We need to be careful about feigning competency; it's far better to ask for help, be honest or say 'I'll come back to you about that'. Sometimes, if we're lacking a little expertise, it can be mutually advantageous to form alliances with other complementary businesses and so extend the range of goods or services we're both able to offer. 


Application.Was it Martin Luther King who said that if you're a road sweeper aim to be the very best road sweeper you can be, no matter if seconds later someone throws rubbish onto those clean surfaces. Being proud of our work and doing the best job we can, whatever that is, rewards us with daily satisfaction. Take pride in making a round of drinks, doing routine admin, as well as signing that fantastic new contract.

Appraisals are important for everyone, whether conducted officially as part of a career progression or on a smaller scale. Set aside time for personal reflection, goal setting and recognition. Give yourself credit for successes along the way - they can all too easily be forgotten or dismissed. But also take time to identify areas of weakness that may benefit from some training or attention. Determine your next tier of goals and set motivational plans in place.

Busyness can be seductive. We all want to look busy, successful and in demand, but being continually busy and rushed off your feet can appear disorganised and chaotic. Use time management strategies like lists, designated times to check online and a commitment to dedicating less time to endless meetings. Share your work load and let others help.

Breaks are a valuable way to manage stress, which in turn benefits your health, wellbeing and clearer thinking. Often, upon your return, you'll be rewarded with new ideas or a different perspective on your situation.

. Be clear as to why you work so hard. Yes, it's great to be occupied with meaningful work, but remember that supporting your home, children and lifestyle were often major factors in your desire for success. Allow sufficient time to enjoy those areas; your home, family, friends, hobbies and interests. Sometimes you may need to be firm and say 'no', if too much is being asked or expected of you.

Credit. Give credit where it's due, to others as well as to yourself. Unconditional praise and credit is important as in, 'well done, great job', without adding a demotivational, 'remember to do it like that every time', 'wish you were always that good'! Don't be excessively shy about highlighting your own achievements and let others appreciate your skills and accomplishments.

Courtesy and good manners cost nothing, yet can make such a difference to your relationships, reputation and how others perceive you. Being polite and appreciative of another person's viewpoint matters, especially in tense or fraught situations; people won't remember how they behaved, that they were perhaps angry, rude or offensive, but they will remember how you responded and handled their issues.

Communicate well, in every area of your life. Keep clients and customers happy by providing networking opportunities, training sessions that reference your goods or services and newsletters. All these are ways to keep your business at the forefront of their minds and be viewed as a helpful supporter of their success.

Cherish your family and friends. Stay in touch. It's all too easy to end up exchanging information updates rather than really talking about your feelings or the things that are on your mind. Make quality time for family and friends. Mutual support comes from nurturing good relationships.

Compromise and be prepared to meet halfway. Remember, you may win a battle but lose the war! Standing firm until the other person capitulates isn't necessarily worth the ensuing hurt or damage to the relationship. A compromise can allow everyone to come away feeling that something positive has been achieved.

It's always valuable to invest in the various parts of your life. That way you support your overall health, happiness and quality of life.

Susan Leigh is a long established counselor, hypnotherapist, writer and media contributor who works with clients to help with relationship conflict, stress management, assertiveness and confidence issues. She works with individual clients, couples and provides corporate workshops and support.

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