Is it so bad to feel envious or jealous of someone or others’ opportunities? No. Actually, jealously can be a helpful emotion. It serves as a clue that you need to pay closer attention. It forces you to listen carefully what is behind the green-eyed monster.
It’s important that you take the time to get to know what others in your industry or even company are doing in order to be better aware of the conditions around you and find success at work.
You’re hard wired to do what’s best for you in most situations; all you need to do is learn to follow your gut instincts. Animals do it day in and day out and it works fairly well for them. They do what comes naturally and typically they do more than stay alive; they thrive!
Many Baby Boomers start to think of themselves as irrelevant or powerless as a new generation of powerful men and women march into boardrooms and executive suites around the country. But I’m here to tell you that you have just as much, if not more power than the younger generation have and I’m here to put a stop to all of your excuses.
There are various barriers that can keep us from competing with others for power and, naturally, with each type of barrier, you offer a different approach. Here are just a few ways you may want to try:
One of the most difficult parts of corporate success can be the competition. So how do you become compete with another employee without looking petty and giving up your corporate edge...