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Tips on How to Become Successful in Your Career: Guide for Studs Preparing for College (Part 1)

by: Tesa Mari S. Sabao | 29 Jan, 2011 19:06:29

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Becoming successful with career is everyone’s dream. Despite this, only few make it in their chosen fields. Some say it takes superb genes to become successful. In fact, most people at school look up on naturally intelligent studs than to industrious ones who have to still study hard to keep up with the competition. On the contrary, it takes a lot of confidence, sweat, dedication, passion, resourcefulness, and a bit of luck to become successful in your chosen endeavor. If you are really want to succeed, here are some tips on how to become successful in your career.

1. Have clear picture on what you wanted to achieve and plan for it. To increase your chances in reaching your dream career, you should have a clear and reliable plan. This plan will guide you through every step you need to take on your way to success. Without a vivid plan, you wouldn’t find the right path and you’ll end up confused of what you really want. Many fell on this shortcoming. Most of them burnt out finding for what’s suited for them having their hopes disappeared because of the consequences of their mistake. Do you want to bump with one of your fellow classmates being zero in your career after several years? If you don’t want to find yourself in a maze, plan ahead. Become specific in what you want to achieve and how you’ll achieve them.

2. Choose the most suited career for you. Nowadays, people are too blinded with money and going abroad to earn a fortune. Thus, some of them may persuade you to choose the most popular college course that would qualify you to work abroad. They can be your parents, your friend, your cousin, or anyone close to you. However, don’t let them influence your decision. Take note, choosing your college course is equivalent to choosing what you’ll do every day for almost whole of your life. Thus, take this decision seriously. You’ll need to consider your interest, skills, resources, and preferred work location. 

3. Prefer to study on the best performing school on your chosen field. If you want to become one of the best, learn from the best. According to statistics, most studs only absorb twenty percent of what is taught. If this is true, what would happen if the school you chose is not capable enough to cover one hundred percent of each lesson? Are you willing to sacrifice your future just because you’ve failed to pick the proper school? Choose the school that has the best track record in producing successful graduates in your chosen course. Next>>>

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