The 90-Day Career Diet May Be the Balanced Plate to Professional Growth

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45 million Americans start the New Year on a diet, wanting to get in better shape and reduce their BMI or body mass index.  But your career has its own health indicator – a CMI, or Career Momentum Index.

So how do you evaluate your CMI and make it healthier? To start, you need to ask yourself the following: Are you engaged in your current job? Does your boss recognize your contributions and achievements? Are you thought of as indispensable? When was the last time you learned something new? How long ago was your last promotion?

Today’s work environment has changed dramatically.  People are often in their jobs for as little as two years before moving on to another opportunity.  Because of this very short period of time in any one job, there is no grace period.  From day one, you need to know how to navigate issues such as dealing with difficult co-workers and a toxic boss; becoming a first-time manager; networking to raise your profile; and having the skills that really make you indispensable.  These are all areas that maintaining a “proper career diet” will help you master.

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