Thursday, December 21, 2006

The Career Manifesto

This is good advice. Via Seth Godin's excerpt from gapingvoid:


1. Unless you’re working in a coal mine, an emergency ward, or their equivalent, spare us the sad stories about your tough job. The biggest risk most of us face in the course of a day is a paper cut.

8. Don't believe what the organization says it does. Its practices are its real policies. Study what is rewarded and what is punished and you'll have a better clue as to what's going on.

10.If you plan on showing them what you're capable of only after you get promoted, you need to reverse your thinking.


That's enough to get you interested, see the whole thing here.

1 comment:

propstm said...

I have to post a comment. I knew I couldn't be the only gapingvoid reader out of all of us UMPC enthusiasts!

Happy Holidays!