Accentuate the Positive
Here’s a quick success tip from career coach Karen Burns via The Seattle Times:
“Pick a positive quality you want to be known for. Of course, you have more than one positive quality. But if you make a point of associating yourself with a single great trait, like always being on time or always appearing alert and cheerful, then people will think of that ‘great trait’ every time they see you. This is a good thing.”
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