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Real Success at Work
Searching for more success in your job? Learn and earn with these articles on Real Success at Work with CareerTIP® advice. You can accelerate your performance, get ahead, be promoted and make more money.

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Experience real success at work
Whoever you are and whatever you do, you can realize success at work through purpose-centered action planning that explores, educates and employs your gifts and passions in service to others as a good steward of the manifold grace of God. Learn these key principles, and experience real success at work.
 
Do you smell smoke…
…only to discover that you are burning out from working too hard? A common occurrence these days when you have to work harder, smarter and longer to stay even. This week’s CareerTIPs – how to accelerate your career – not only resting from your work, but also resting in the work.
 
How to win over worry
Don't let fear hold you back. Learn from the best selling author of "How to Win Over Worry," John Haggai. His formula? Praise plus Poise plus Prayer equals Peace. This week's CareerTIPs are from his chapters on Poise.
 
Is your boss a slave driver?
How can you be a really good employee, when your boss is really bad? How can you do your best in the midst of a test where there is no rest? CareerTIP® advice on how to respond to bad bosses.
 
Selling Among Wolves - Without Joining The Pack
Seems impossible? Not according to this Book of the Month by author Michael Q. Pink from whom we cherry-picked from a full-tree of sales knowledge for this week's CareerTIP® advice. If you are working in or thinking about a career in sales, sample these CareerTIPs and buy the whole book.
 
Elect a Board of Career Advisors
Whether you are a CEO, secretary or a student, you cannot succeed alone. "Without consultation, plans are frustrated, But with many counselors they succeed." This week’s CareerTIP® advice adapted from RightPathing® Your Future – how to elect a board of career advisors.
 
Seven principles for Christians at work
No better recipe book has been written on being a Christian employee than the classic book - "The Christian Employee" by Robert Mattox. Take to heart this week's CareerTIP® advice based on the seven principles you must know to achieve real success as a Christian at work.
 
Christmas Gifts for Careers – Books and Looks
You will spend the money on something – the question is “Will it be just another expense or an investment?” This week’s CareerTIPs – investing in books and looks that bring return on investment.
 
Presenting the “Hassle-Load Theory”
Are you out of balance? Over loaded? Too much to do, too many places to go, too many people to see? Are you paralyzed? Procrastinating? Pressured? Is your job performance in peril? Reduce your hassle-load and accelerate your work performance.
 
Job satisfaction - a myth?
"Americans are growing increasingly unhappy with their jobs. Half of all Americans today say they are satisfied with their jobs, down from nearly 60 percent in 1995...only 14 percent say they are 'very satisfied,'" according to a recent survey. Are you satisfied with your job? Can your job satisfy you?
 
"A Life Well Spent"
This month's Book of the Month: Do you struggle to balance the demands of your work and the needs of your family? Let's consider seven principles offered by author Russ Crossin in his book, "A Life Well Spent." It is a book well written.
 
Over Weight and Under Paid?
Losing weight is the #1 New Year Resolution according to MyGoals.Com. A national survey reveals that 47% of responding workers said, "In my experience, people who are obese are discriminated against by employers." Drop those pounds and lift your career with "The Ultimate Weight Loss Solution: The 7 Keys to Weight Loss Freedom" by Dr. Phil McGraw.
 
Valentine's Love-Your-Job Week
Did you leap out of bed this morning thinking - "I can't wait to get to work!" If yes, hooray for you. If not, this week's CareerTIP® advice will help you count the ways to love your job during Valentine's week. Passion multiplies your performance, promotion and prosperity.
 
Make no New Year resolutions without...
...a program of action steps, otherwise, you look like a clown. Remember: "...do not swear, either by heaven or by earth or with any other oath; but your yes is to be yes, and your no, no so that you may not fall under judgment."
 
#1 New Year career resolution?
Health and fitness is #1, followed by career. If you want a healthy career, you must BE excellent in your work. Here are the top seven CareerTIPs from the book, Unconditional Excellence.
 
Thanks - Giving an Attitude of Gratitude
Sometimes I am not thankful for what I have been given. At other times, I am full of thanks, but I am not actually giving thanks. This week – let us consider how to have an attitude of gratitude that we actually turn into action – especially as it relates to our work, job and career.
 
The Single Mom’s Workplace Survival Guide
Balancing work, parenting, and running a household while finding time for family, friends, or spiritual growth may seem impossible. Having raised her children as a single mom, author Brenda Armstrong understands and lived to write about it.
 
Overcoming Stress at Work
Staggering statistics about job stress ... 40% of job turnover is due to stress. Health care expenditures are nearly 50% greater for workers who report high levels of stress. 60% to 80% of accidents on the job are stress related.
 
Romance at work
The differences between men and women can make or break teamwork. When it's good, it's great. When it's bad, it is awful. And when opposites attract, things can get really ugly! As the leader or a follower, you can learn how to build and love good teams of men and women - avoiding the bad and the ugly.
 
Not enough time?
You cannot make more minutes, but you can make the most of the time you have - a critical skill for success. This week's CareerTIP® advice on how to maximize your minutes!
 
Your first week on the new job
Here's how to accelerate on the fast track. Begin with six questions you need to answer that will give you good footing coming out of the blocks: Who? What? When? Where? How? Why? This week's CareerTIP® advice is based on the book "New Job Jump-Start: 30 days with over 100 ways to get a great start in your new job."
 
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