Referring to the difference between companies that fail and those with success, much of the expert’s thought misses one vital component to business success that we see regularly - the organization’s culture.
Deadlines, KPI, budgets, reports, presentations, changing priorities... No matter what type of job you have, what kind of your company is, what your position in a company is, levels of workplace stress is inevitable.
We all know that no business owner welcomes a labor dispute, especially when their operations are running smoothly and sales are increasing.
One of my tourists shared her thought: “I never planned on falling in love with Japan. But after moving back to the US, I found I couldn’t stop thinking about it, and needed to devise a plan to return”.
When it comes to success, some people believe that the most successful people must be the smartest ones in the room, but how else would they have achieved that level? And how can you compete with them if you do not have any global certificates like MBA or you didn’t study at a pretigious school like Harvard? The crucial factor building your sucess that we mention in today’s article is attitude! Let’s check it out.
When writing your CV, your main goal is sell yourself. The question is why should the particular company pick you for the job? You should be highlighting and polishing significant aspects of your experience, and skills that prove you’re qualified to the job you’re applying to.
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