It is not my job!

Defending your mediocrity is super easy.

“Because it was like this when I joined this company, we will follow this process only.”

“This was never part of how we do things, it’s not my job!”

“I have already resigned so I am doing nothing significant and observing if other team member are capable of taking my handover.”

If you are afraid of change, you will focus on the coats of doing the work not the benefits of the outcomes …

Do you realize that you are dis-serving yourself with your choices and no one else.

It is so appealing to stand still and kill your days.

You have a choice to kill anything that comes in your way of getting relevant sh** done.

Your focus decides your future.

What is your conscious focus now?

Career Questions 7

Every career challenge revolves around these questions:

  1. Who is your target group? (if the answer is ‘every company,’ start over)
  2. How will they know about your skills and expertise?
  3. What communication are you spreading via social media, articles, interviews, and blogs?
  4. Is that communication relevant to your target group?
  5. Where is your target group located? Are you there too (and active?)
  6. Why are you the best (the only?) choice for the need?
  7. When are you going to take ‘that’ action?