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alfathoughts: July 2013

Thursday, July 11, 2013

How to achieve your goals

Opting for simplicity
Think Big: keep a balance between the final objective to pursue and meeting basic daily needs of your work.


Act Small: Promotes the flow of information so that your classmates know both the good and the bad news. So you can fix problems before.

Promotes participation
Think Big: The ultimate success of the company depends on everyone knows how each department within it.


Act Small: It promotes the idea that the contribution of each person has a weight in the overall success of the company.
Near and far horizons Goals
Think Big: Believe that medium-term plans (a couple of years, for example) will not be met if not carried out robust strategies daily.


Act Small: Think that the strategy is not a destination, but a "journey" and that this may vary at any given time. Is, therefore, to constantly adjust your strategy according to circumstances.

Abandon what does not
Think Big: Be prepared for long-term changes at the market that perhaps make you change your approach.


Act Small: Continually review your approach to business or business to make sure they are still valid.

You are also the owner
Think Big: Believe that if each worker performance improvement will also overall progress of the company. It performs occasionally self-assessment exercises.

Act Small: Propose incentives for people who add value to the organization. Promotes a philosophy of mutual aid and peer acceptance of failure as a way to improve.

Avoid the most common faults in a job interview

Getting a job interview can be time consuming, but ruin a career opportunity just minutes, avoid following these tips:


     Tardiness: If you are late for any reason, contact your interviewees and advi√©rteselo.
     Distracting: do not let the decor, some noise or clothing or interviewer gestures make you lose concentration.
     Interrupting the interviewer. If you have something to say, wait until you pause or finish speaking.
     Draw conclusions as you listen to the interviewer. Focus on your message and it would draw conclusions later.
     Trying to be liked to be forced interviewer. Try to be natural.
     Negative attitudes. Remember to always smile and show interest in the position.
     Charles No trivia with anyone in the waiting room. Take advantage of this time to concentrate.
     You nervous. If you are called you may have seen something that interests them.
     Lying, because if it is an experienced interviewer, immediately will notice.
     Leave the interview without asking all the questions you have raised.