Pay attention to what aspects of your work provide satisfaction and note to what degree (you could even use a scale of 1 to 5). I recommend having a work journal of some kind. Not only is the journal good for tracking your activity, highlights and accomplishments all necessary for writing an effective resume, negotiating raises and nurturing your work confidence, but it serves to help you build a cohesive and comprehensive story. Sharing your story is much different than reiterating items from a resume.
In my coaching practice I seen time and again clients shorting themselves in fully representing the best of who they are and what they have to offer due to poor recollection. Start now -- pay attention!
The human side of business enterprise: Everyone has a story. What's yours? = your work biography.Additional Resources:
— joanncorley (@joanncorley) April 16, 2014
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