… be the employee you want to be.
Show up and give your best everyday—even without recognition.
Develop the habits you want to have.
Learn the skills you’ll need in the job you want.
Be the encourager who builds people up, not the gossiper who tears them down. (Guilty here.)
Easier said than done. But, it’s probably worth it, right?
The old resume no longer works. Relationships and trust are the new resume. Stories about people referred by colleagues and bosses abound. For some who went into business instead, old colleagues became their clients and referrers.
No resume or sales letter needed. Just relationships and trust.