There comes a stage in your career when you feel that you are not being paid enough for your efforts. Maybe your pay hike has been due for a while but you did not get an update about it from your employer. You might be hoping for a big pay hike but got a significantly less increment in pay than what you feel you deserve.
Are you wondering why your LinkedIn profile did not help you in furthering your career goals so far? Do you have a LinkedIn profile which is incomplete? If the answer to these two questions is yes, you have probably not invested enough time in learning how you can use LinkedIn to attract profile views from recruiters and employers.
Why do we set goals? Whether for business, career, health, finance, social or hobbies, everyone knows and understands the power of goal setting. For years, experts and gurus have carped on about the value of setting goals. Everyone knows that they should set goals to help them to achieve their aims and objectives…
So why is it then that so many people don’t set goals when they know that they should?
I’m sure we’ve all experienced it – either personally, or we know someone that has attempted it and hopefully even succeeded; that superstar consultant, who just got it from their first month and was very successful. They grow with their company over a few years and then hit the point where their entrepreneurial spirit takes over and they make the leap to “I’m going to set up and do this on my own”.
Here’s a question that I have been asked many times over the years, “How can I get motivated when my team aren’t?”
Whether it is due to team members changing, a new manager, or just a change in personal circumstances, many salespeople, at some point in their career, end up working in a team where others are not as motivated as they are. If you cannot deal with this, it can drag you down too.
Working as a recruiter requires high self confidence, so how can you build yours?