Review of Week One – Thinking Big With My Career

For this week’s optimizing yourself exercise, I read the book “I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This’, by Kate White, editor of Cosmo, and learned to think big with my career plans with tips on going big with negotiating, managing, business practices, and standing out from the crowd.  I also learned the importance of going big with small details, like dress, accessories and stationary.

I also took Kate’s advice and joined Linkedin, and found a conference to sign up for, which I can blog about.  From bold moves on improving my blog and website, and improving the graphic design, to big ideas on brand identity, how- tos on  jazzy bios, visual promotion, press and marketing, I learned a big lesson on expansion.

Changing from small thinking to big thinking with my career this week made for a productive week in a BIG way! 

 

Changing from Thinking Small to Thinking Big with My Career – Week one – 52 Weeks to Optimizing Yourself

Thinking Big with my career

Thinking Big with my career

For ‘52 Weeks to Optimizing Yourself’ in 2014, I am going to think big when working on my weekly goals to improve my life in the areas of: personal, financial, career, fun, relationships, intellectual, physical, mental, spiritual and health.

We have a natural desire to expand our lives and attract more good into them, and the higher we aim, the more good we will attract.

For Week One of optimizing yourself, I am going to expand my thinking and think big with my career. My three sons are getting older, and my youngest son will be finishing high school this year, which gives me more time to lunge into my career goals in a big way, so I am gathering the tools I need to help me do so.

I received a book on success in business as a gift last month, which I am going to read this week, and learn ways to think big with upgrading my website, blog and writing, and improve my online social media presence, and also learn tips on marketing, negotiating and presentation.

I will let you know how thinking big about my career goes next week.

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