You are online all time:
Sending the e-mails at all hours can makes you seem committed. But this also gives you false feeling of the efficiency. What you are likely overlooking as you congratulate your-self to your dedication your colleagues will quickly come to expect that, you are online 24/7 which outcomes in a vicious-cycle. Your boss and team might send e-mails requiring an overnight response simply because, they assume you will be there.
You respond immediately to all emails:
Intense response is only helpful if it is correct or appropriate. Sometimes, it is better for wait & thinks the things through until you can reply with the all info requested. The responsiveness can be a plus, specifically if you are responsive to the boss.
You spend your time with a core group:
It is great to’ve a team with which you work or socialize. But in the larger company, it is vital for branch-out. It’ll expand the perspective & let you find-out about the new opportunities to projects, development or promotions across the firm.
You avoid the difficult people:
It works-well on playground but not in office. Its people, who challenge us that make us better not the ones, who thinks exactly like we do. And as you advance in career, you will have to work with the more & more kinds of individual, so it’s a great practice.
You dress like everyone else:
This is also a great path for set yourself apart from other contenders, small things matters & it shows you are committed for the details. This is also worth trying to stand-out from the masses, but do so in a channel that is appropriate to your work place.
You perfection be the enemy of good:
Sometimes it is better for gets something done fast & well than spending the three times as long to make it perfectly. Understanding the what, of the portfolio, can be done faster or what needs your complete attention is an important skill for mastering the job or moving-up.
You live to your to-do list:
And almost always, it is those projects that’ll make and break your company’s, or your success. Secondly, know yourself. Everybody times when they are patient or impatient. If you are most creative in morning, do writing and big idea work then.
You are afraid to fail:
But the actual wins happen when we stretch ourselves or take the risks. Best managers or executives know this, & will support you in the settings stretch objective or trying the new things hitting-up that the new market and trying a new process maybe next big break to the company.
You don’t know your values of proposition:
It might be by helping the groups of diverse individual get for common ground, and writing the killer proposals, and keeping morale-up through tough periods of the work. If you are not sure, what you bring for table, and write down the things you do better than anybody else at work.
You wait to be told what to do:
Organizations are built on creativity or strategic thinking. If you do, what you have always done, you will get what you have always gotten. It may be the best to say it then & there, and it may be better for follow-up after. This depends on the culture or formality of the meetings or roles.