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By Eric Weber

In terms of activity safety, there aren't any promises. yet there are methods to overcome the percentages. To turn into a key participant. To develop into irreplaceable. Now, at a time whilst individuals are wasting their jobs at an alarming fee all throughout the USA, bestselling writer Eric Weber’s up to date version presents the elemental instruments to holding your task.

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Do nice things for your-­ self whenever you can­—­a relaxing movie, a dinner out, a week-­ end trip. Talk about your fears to your significant other or close friends, not to coworkers or your boss. Most of all, think posi-­ tively. You’re going to keep your job, for as long as you want it, because you do it better than any other person in the world. I know it may be tough in an economy like this, but now more than ever is the time to project an aura of competence and firm belief in yourself. Don’t forget, a bad economy also makes your boss nervous.

There’s no faster way to get the next raise/bonus/promo-­ tion you think you deserve than simply to forget about the one you didn’t get. 44 Chapter Thirteen Don’t Abuse Your Expense Account uring the rich, ripe latter part of the nineties, I knew of a company that actually encouraged people to go hog wild with their expense accounts. If you asked for a raise, and you weren’t quite due for one, they’d stave you off by telling you to take it out on your expense account. “Put in for a few extra cab rides and a late dinner or two every week,” they’d tell you.

Of course he knows! He gets feedback all the time from people you come in contact with during the course of a day. “If people bitch and complain, if they put on airs, are arrogant, [or] fail to understand fellow workers’ problems, it comes back to me,” said one top execu-­ tive. “By observing and listening, you get a pretty good pic-­ ture of who can get along with other people and who can’t. ” Getting along with people also makes you a better worker, because you’re open to input from your colleagues, input that you wouldn’t get if you were standoffish or belligerent.

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