Growing up, I always enjoyed everything about the Christmas season. The events, the music, the people and of course the presents. My parents worked hard every year to ensure we had unforgettable moments during the holidays.
Around Spring time this year, I found myself at a crossroads in my career.
A couple months earlier I decided to return to a company I had a 10 year tenure with between 2006 – 2016.
After regaining a management position and then switching teams for the exact same role, I felt like I was on ‘autopilot’ in my day-today job function.
No matter how much we love our jobs, most of us at some point have a desire to move up the ranks and take on a fresh challenge, or simply just want to make more money.
Information isn’t always available on how to effectively position yourself for a promotion in your particular field of work. More often than not people fall into one of the following 2 categories:
What’s Trending? How do we find out and why should we care? Because copying a trend is an effective way of getting people’s attention? How do we know for sure? Or maybe an individual’s uniqueness could be the key to creative effectiveness.