“Holding Your Head High In The Corporate World”

“Holding Your Head High In The Corporate World”

Holding head high in corporate worldWhen graduates start their career  and join bureaucratic organizations, they hold on to the idea that they can develop the career depending on their talent. But when they come across the work they discover that it’s not talent. Their career development is completely of different things. Hence, dissatisfaction chases.

When in colleges, the young people are taught in the technology courses through which they may get a job and perform their daily tasks. But when they come to the company and find that hard work and talent is not the only thing they need to promote their career, they become frustrated. In colleges, we are never taught that getting into the corporate and winning inside is all about a tough game. It’s like the game of success. It is better as soon as people accept that there is nothing to suffer from dissatisfaction Most people accept the situation and adjust themselves while some become the true player of the game and runs their own rules and ethics.

Adjust as much as you can

The simplest way to survive is to do what the organization says. You have to have patience in doing so. You have to give a lot of sacrifices and compromises in that. You have to learn to shape yourself according to the need of the organization and then slowly let them realize about your talent and hard work.

The tough but great way

The second and the tough way is to fight for your own rights. You have to realize that even the big companies need those young employees. And if you really have the talent and the ability to push the organization to the next higher level, then obviously the company will also put some effort to keep you. Never lose yourself in the crowd. If you do your work sincerely and always stay ready to fight for your right, then there is always a second chance for you. Even companies need people who use their own brain and have a sense of anything you do. No  good company wants donkeys who just comes to office do their tasks and then go back home. They need productive minds who can give them good ideas. Retaining dignity is not everyone’s capacity. So those employees who fight for their rights in those bureaucrat organizations are really strong and worth respected.

Any Corporate will not always stand outstanding since they will also fall into crisis. So at the time of crisis, they need people who have positive ethics, and ability to represent their own personal and independent thinking in a presentable manner. So at the time of crisis, those who step out in the crowd really gets an opportunity to show off themselves and represent the company among the business crowd.

And here you go….

Holding your head high, when you step into working sincerely, no negative or weak point can ever stop you. Keeping yourself updated with your work, respecting yourself will make every task push you towards your satisfaction of work. Have patience and play it like an experienced individual. Never panic for not getting the success you deserve. Raise your voice higher and at the same time keep your track of your job in the full fast speed. Never allow anyone to complain about your work. Dedicate yourself to your work, speak out for your rights, have patience  and respect others. And then success is unstoppable.

 

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    May 20, 2016 at 10:46 am
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    June 9, 2016 at 10:18 am
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    June 10, 2016 at 1:01 pm

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