Last month we asked whether you thought you’d meet your Q4 goals for 2019. A good portion of our readers said they were pushing hard to catch up or that it was too close to call. So as we open the new year, we were curious to hear whether you were more optimistic about 2020 in terms of your earning potential. We had a solid turnout of 9,743 votes!
It’s a new month, new quarter, new year, new decade! We encourage folks to be their best selves all the time but this seems like an especially good chance to turn over a new leaf. Kickstart your productivity and professionalism with these 2020 New Year’s Resolutions.
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2018: The Year of the Shake-Up. As we ring in the new year, it seems a good time to reflect on the big industry changes we saw in 2018:
Do you ever feel like your professionalism is in question? Like you don’t get the respect you deserve from your colleagues, even though you see yourself as a hardworking and responsible member of the team? Maybe the language you use is bringing you down. If you notice yourself using the following phrases, stop immediately. They aren’t doing you any favors.