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Survival mode! Think like entrepreneur, act like CEO #1

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ariestiyansyah opened this Issue Oct 6, 2017 · 6 comments

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ariestiyansyah commented Oct 6, 2017

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  • To Launch Something New, You Need a Good Plan
  • Think Like an Entrepreneur, Wherever You Are
  • Listening Is Your Sure Fire, Go-to Career Strategy
  • Tweak Your Brand to Send Clear Messages
  • Start Now to Build Leadership into Your Brand
  • Power up by Tweaking Your Personal Style
  • Talk Back to the Voice in Your Head
  • How Do Other People Get Self-Discipline?
  • How and Why to Keep Smiling
  • The Real Meaning of “Networking” May Surprise You
  • What to Say When Your Work Is Praised
  • Give Positive Feedback in Smart Ways
  • Get Over Your Fear of Looking Like a Suck-Up
  • Use Games to Create Power and Direction
  • Be Prepared with Clever Ways to Brag
  • Get the “It” Factor: Create Presence
  • To Make a Career Shift, Start with One Grain of Sugar
  • How to Take a Career Side Step, One Sugar Grain at a Time
  • Those Annoying Speech Habits May Cost You
  • Does Your Calendar Support Your Success?
  • Prioritize Your Priorities
  • Getting Your Boss to Listen
  • Leading Upward: Manage the Boss, in a Good Way
  • The Jimmy Fallon Touch: Good Manners Help You Shine
  • Do’s and Don’ts of Saying “Sorry”
  • Find the Magic 20 Percent
  • How to Create Mentoring that Works Both Ways
  • Don’t Be Sabotaged by Your Own Frustration
  • Yes, You Can Do Something about Difficult Colleagues
  • Find or Build Communities
  • Make Your Meeting Time More Productive
  • How to Love Your Work Again
  • Make Social Media Work for You
  • Stress Is Contagious and Debilitating—but Manageable
  • Snap Out of It: Coping with Career Rejection
  • How to Foster Great Teams, Even If You’re Not the Leader
  • Celebrate Your Wins and Theirs
  • It’s (Usually) Not Okay to Be Late
  • Measuring Progress Makes Your Goals Powerful
  • Use Those Amazing Checklists
  • Overcome Big Project Letdown
  • Know When to Forget about Status
  • To Lead without Authority, Know How to Herd Cats
  • How Bigger Goals Can Take You Further
  • You Might Hesitate, but Keep Going
  • Ageism Is Real: Deal With It Sooner than Later
  • How to Stay Steady When Change Is Constant
  • Art Can Boost Your Creativity at Work
  • The Right Way to Move On
  • Choose to Be an Optimist

Credit to Book "Think Like an Entrepreneur, Act Like a CEO" by Beverly E. Jones

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  • To Launch Something New, You Need a Good Plan

How?

  • Get to know people
  • Listen and learn
  • Set short-term goals
  • Do what you say you will
  • Be on time (sh*t, its hard for me)
  • Adjust my attitude (come on I hate it)
  • 4-6 weeks to work like crazy!%&^%!
  • Manage stress

Okay, if you are CEO please know your:

  • JobDesc!
  • Objectives in first year (forget about next year!)
  • Impact Impact Impact
  • How you deliver?
  • Your habits is important (goood for probation guy, lol)
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ariestiyansyah commented Oct 6, 2017

  • To Launch Something New, You Need a Good Plan

How?

  • Get to know people
  • Listen and learn
  • Set short-term goals
  • Do what you say you will
  • Be on time (sh*t, its hard for me)
  • Adjust my attitude (come on I hate it)
  • 4-6 weeks to work like crazy!%&^%!
  • Manage stress

Okay, if you are CEO please know your:

  • JobDesc!
  • Objectives in first year (forget about next year!)
  • Impact Impact Impact
  • How you deliver?
  • Your habits is important (goood for probation guy, lol)

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  • Think Like an Entrepreneur, Wherever You Are

Wherever you are, keep ....

  • Understand the mission
  • Focus on the customer (IMPORTANT!)
  • Please understand basics of business
  • Failure? yes practice failure
  • Be positive
  • Your "brand" is what you stand for, so Build it!
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ariestiyansyah commented Oct 6, 2017

  • Think Like an Entrepreneur, Wherever You Are

Wherever you are, keep ....

  • Understand the mission
  • Focus on the customer (IMPORTANT!)
  • Please understand basics of business
  • Failure? yes practice failure
  • Be positive
  • Your "brand" is what you stand for, so Build it!
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  • Listening Is Your Sure Fire, Go-to Career Strategy

Dude! By “listening” I mean you not only shut your mouth long enough for the other person to talk, but you also shut down the voice in your head when it tries to tell you what to say next. You concentrate on the speakers, and you hear what they say even if it means you have to fight the urge to be defensive or interrupt.

Listen...

  • When you're starting something new
  • When you're become leader
  • When you're trying to make case (hmmmm)
  • When you want to look confident
  • When you are in the middle (middle yah!)
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ariestiyansyah commented Oct 7, 2017

  • Listening Is Your Sure Fire, Go-to Career Strategy

Dude! By “listening” I mean you not only shut your mouth long enough for the other person to talk, but you also shut down the voice in your head when it tries to tell you what to say next. You concentrate on the speakers, and you hear what they say even if it means you have to fight the urge to be defensive or interrupt.

Listen...

  • When you're starting something new
  • When you're become leader
  • When you're trying to make case (hmmmm)
  • When you want to look confident
  • When you are in the middle (middle yah!)
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  • Tweak Your Brand to Send Clear Messages

Usually leader:

  • Manage appearances (too mainstream)
  • Build expetise and let it shine
  • Show up like a leader

Try these strategies to manage your brand

  • Look in the mirror (people are more likely to regard you as successful if you fit in with the crowd and look professional)
  • Research current brand (yours!)
  • Promote work (yours!)
  • Shape online presence
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ariestiyansyah commented Oct 8, 2017

  • Tweak Your Brand to Send Clear Messages

Usually leader:

  • Manage appearances (too mainstream)
  • Build expetise and let it shine
  • Show up like a leader

Try these strategies to manage your brand

  • Look in the mirror (people are more likely to regard you as successful if you fit in with the crowd and look professional)
  • Research current brand (yours!)
  • Promote work (yours!)
  • Shape online presence
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  • Start Now to Build Leadership into Your Brand

Leadership as part of your brand, this four-part exercise can help you define and project a leadership brand that will serve you well:

  • Create vision of leadership
    • what characteristics set these people apart?
    • which of these characteristics do I want people to use when they describe me?
    • which of these qualiies sounds most like me when I am at my best?
  • Expand vision list
    • always growing
    • self-aware and goof at building relationships
    • Engaged and positive
    • Service oriented
    • Well organized
    • Collaborative
    • Energetic
  • Study the vision list
  • Act this way: A key to projecting your brand is identifying the attitudes and behaviors that will earn the reputation you want
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ariestiyansyah commented Oct 8, 2017

  • Start Now to Build Leadership into Your Brand

Leadership as part of your brand, this four-part exercise can help you define and project a leadership brand that will serve you well:

  • Create vision of leadership
    • what characteristics set these people apart?
    • which of these characteristics do I want people to use when they describe me?
    • which of these qualiies sounds most like me when I am at my best?
  • Expand vision list
    • always growing
    • self-aware and goof at building relationships
    • Engaged and positive
    • Service oriented
    • Well organized
    • Collaborative
    • Energetic
  • Study the vision list
  • Act this way: A key to projecting your brand is identifying the attitudes and behaviors that will earn the reputation you want
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  • Power up by Tweaking Your Personal Style

Note to myself:
Did somebody tell you that if you work hard and do a great job, it won’t matter what you wear to work? Sorry, that’s just not the case.

Times to kick your style up a notch, Another time for a redo is when your career is on an upswing. A chic new look can be a subtle way to let the world know that you are on a roll. And you may want to buff up your look when you:

  • Work with younger people (I've done it!)
  • Work with older people (I've done it)
  • Interact with clients or customers
  • Giving a speech
  • Hope to move up
  • Seeking new position (I think not, I am enjoy with my life)
  • Want to avoid streotypes
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ariestiyansyah commented Oct 11, 2017

  • Power up by Tweaking Your Personal Style

Note to myself:
Did somebody tell you that if you work hard and do a great job, it won’t matter what you wear to work? Sorry, that’s just not the case.

Times to kick your style up a notch, Another time for a redo is when your career is on an upswing. A chic new look can be a subtle way to let the world know that you are on a roll. And you may want to buff up your look when you:

  • Work with younger people (I've done it!)
  • Work with older people (I've done it)
  • Interact with clients or customers
  • Giving a speech
  • Hope to move up
  • Seeking new position (I think not, I am enjoy with my life)
  • Want to avoid streotypes
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