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Knobull Jumpstarts Common Sense Applications That Boosts Career Success
1. Know your "what" — Take inventory of your values.
We don't mean to be dismissive but — forget about your why. Rather, take an inventory of what you want for today, aligned with your values.
Don't fear changing your mind or being flexible. Don't be afraid of learning and growing.
2. Know your "who" — Figure out who can help you and who you can help.
As soon as you figure out what to prioritize in your career, look for people who've already accomplished that "what."
What is the easiest and fastest way to obtain what you want? Identify individuals who already has it or is already there and ask for their guidance. Also use a career coach service like JobStars found at the Knobull homepage.
3. Know your "how" — Being a student of your calendar.
The following simple daily practice? Know you're how.
The goal is to continuously prioritize what's important, who's involved, and how to ensure your what, who, and how are effective. This means getting 100 percent of your tasks completed. A passionate, purposeful, profitable person gets stuff done.
This includes continuous development by taking edX courses which can also be found on the Knobull homepage.
You can also try the "to do list" method.
People have used this strategy for over 100 years to become more productive. The "to do list" method involves writing down your six most important tasks for the next day in order of importance at the end of each day.
4. Know your "know" — Do it now.
After determining your "how," you'll need "A Do It Now" strategy. Why? Because it ensures that 100% of what you do now gets done. Focus and refocus. Taking care of your focusing and refocusing muscles is like exercising two muscles simultaneously.
5. Apply your "why" — Practice eliminating fear.
There are many who have difficulty understanding this daily practice. The reason for this is that most people don't know what connects them to their why.
Bentley concluded, "To be fulfilled, you must learn new things, improve yourself, and contribute to something greater. As humans, we thrive when we are challenged. True success must therefore be characterized by continued growth."