Through years of experiment that include both great success and disappointing setbacks, the author compiled four simple rules to help you gain an edge not only in the workplace, but, most importantly, in your career. He always read those articles, hoping to find some glimmer of resemblance to his experiences in industry and what he could do to charge forward even faster, to find just a few thoughts on how to approach learning in a more creative way, or how to build business more effectively for his firm. Unfortunately, they all seem the same, with few examples and a lack of connection to his story. Therefore, he has made an attempt to call out the most important elements to enhancing your career without the fluffy, generic bag of guidelines that are more minute and obvious rather than critical to success. Here are the four rules: 1. What have you absorbed lately? 2. Just permabond it. 3. Leverage, be selfish, and take initiative. 4. Be a soldier.
CORPORATE Chutes and Ladders Ryan Burge Industrial Engineer; Jun 2010; 42, 6; Docstoc pg. 41 Reproduced with perm
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