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    Matthew Frank

    Unlock the Secrets to Unparalleled Career Success through Habit Stacking

    It’s no secret that a career is an integral part of life. From the moment you set out on your own, you’re expected to make decisions that will determine where you go and how you ultimately perform. But once the hard work is done, so much of it can come down to chance. Even when you do everything “right”, there’s a still a chance you don’t land that coveted job or score that promotion. Negativity and disappointment can soon overtake you, and with it looks of defeat appear on your face. It’s a feeling many are familiar with – the grueling yet seemingly endless search for success and recognition in the workplace.

    But what if success could be yours -- without pushing yourself to the brink? With habit stacking, the secret to the many successes lies just beneath the surface. You don’t have to be an overachiever, or take paranoid-level measures to outsmart your competition. All it takes is forming habits that last long-term and make waves in your particular area.

    Whether you’re trying to ascend to heights not yet reached, or just dipping your feet into the workforce, habit stacking puts the power firmly in your hands. According to research, it takes 66 days for a habit to become a regular part of your routine. Once ingrained, the key behaviors listed below can form a natural and instinctive workflow, spurring you on to success:

    1. Notice a need for change in the workplace: Start thinking about how you’d do things differently. Ask yourself this simple question: if you had your own business, what would be different from the current status quo?

    2. Establish and maintain relationships: This is essential to proven success. Take the time to build relationships since they can lead to beneficial outcomes throughout your career. Whether you’re at the office, attending a trade show, or introducing yourself at a happy hour, don’t forget to bring your network along with you!

    3. Sharpen your communication skills: Keep up-to-date with your language mastery and communication techniques. Great advice here -- practice, practice, practice. When you can easily dispatch ideas in the office, you’ll stand out above the crowd and increase your rely-on factor.

    4. Prioritize learning: When you know more, you can do more. Take on new opportunities, hone your skill set, and get familiar beyond the basics. This can give you a competitive edge in all areas of your career, no matter what niche you find yourself in.

    5. Have a plan...for everything: From tackling tasks, researching potential avenues, rewriting goals, and eliminating distractions, having a plan in place will benefit you in the long run. Not to mention, diminish anxieties and help get the most out of your day.

    These habits may seem small and insignificant in comparison to larger expectations, but this is the point of focus. By adequately stacking them all together, you’ll have far greater chances achieving career success than ever thought possible. As Mark Twain said - the secret of getting ahead is getting started. Increase your chances of career success by starting with these habits and feel the magic that comes with habit-stacking!

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