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Handling Criticism at Work

We fear criticism. As a matter of fact, we want to indulge ourselves in praises and recognition all the time. However, if we want to grow as individuals, we have to learn to accept criticism from others. After all, this is one of the basis and guide on how we can better improve ourselves. So instead of covering our ears from criticism, let us use it to our advantage. Here’s how you can handle criticism at work:

1. Don’t take it personally.

2. Assume that their intentions are good.

3. Don’t make excuses.

4. Don’t be hard on yourself.

5. Say thanks instead.

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Quick Tips to Excel at Work

Greatness is achieved through excellence and excellence can never be achieved through mediocrity. It matters not who you work for and what kind of work you have but the quality of your work. To excel at work, you need dedication, hard work, passion, and a handful of helpful tips to help you improve the quality of your work. Here are some tips to help you excel at work:

1. Go the extra mile.

2. Be the solution, not the problem.

3. Listen to constructive criticisms.

4. Be a good team player.

5. Be positive.

6. Learn to anticipate.

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Excellence at Work

To be excellent at work doesn’t mean that you have to be the best. It’s about doing your best.

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The Anatomy of a Good Worker

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Dealing with Difficult Bosses

It can be a really challenging work environment to have horrible bosses. Fortunately for them, we are decent human beings who take no delight in seeing the downfall of others. Instead of complaining, let us direct our energy and time to work. For anyone out there who’s currently working for a horrible boss, here are some suggestions that can help you handle the difficulty:

1. Don’t let your boss affect the quality of your work.

2. Find out what makes them tick.

3. Stay one step ahead of them.

4. Set boundaries.

5. Don’t be intimidated, stand tall.

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When You Just Can’t Quit Your Job

Can’t quit your job because you’re afraid you can’t find anything else? Or perhaps you can’t quit your job because the salary is just too good to pass up? Sometimes people can’t leave their jobs because of various reasons. However, if you want to quit but just can’t find the courage, for the time being, here are some ways to stay motivated despite the challenges:

1. Focus on the positive aspects.

2. Change your role.

3. Volunteer for work you usually don’t do.

4. Develop and hone other skills.

5. Be with positive people all the time.

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Quote of the Day

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” - Aristotle
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The Right Work Ethics

A million dollar dream cannot be achieved with a minimum-wage-kind of work ethic.

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Create a Positive Work Environment With These Simple Steps

Believe it or not but the kind of working environment that workers are can make or break your company. That’s because we spend most of our days behind our desks and if the environment is not conducive to work, then employee performance is expected to drop. So the idea is to create a positive work environment but how do we go about it? Here are some suggestions that can help you do just that:

1. Always give positive reinforcement.
2. Celebrate occasions and victories.
3. Show random acts of kindness.
4. Engage in meaningful conversations.
5. Listen, respect, and trust your coworkers.

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Dealing with Difficult Employees

Sometimes the hard part about being a leader is not because of the workload but the employees who work with you instead. They can really get on your nerves and can really worsen your day in an instant. The trick is to keep your head cool and keep your temper under control. However, do not simply tolerate insubordination. So how do you deal with difficult employees? Here are some helpful suggestions to help you:

1. Listen to their side of the story.
2. Set consequences.
3. Give them behavioral feedback.
4. Don’t be too soft-hearted.
5. If it gets to the point, fire the employee.

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