Most Popular Career Goals That Guarantee Success 2022
It's the New Year, where you probably feel optimistic
and excited for the year ahead. 2022 is finally here! After the ups and downs
of 2021, everyone is looking forward to what the New Year has in store. We are
sure that most of you readers must have decided on your New Year resolutions
A new year has rolled around, and most make
resolutions to either lose weight, work out more, or spend more time with loved
ones. Great goals, really. But perhaps it’s also time to take a closer look at
your career, whether you’re currently employed, or transitioning between roles
and job-seeking right
Don't let this year's resolutions be
empty promises to yourself.
We wondered what would be some unique career resolutions
for 2022 and found many answers, the best of which are here in this blog. Read
on to find out main interesting career resolutions for the year 2022 that will help you
get your work affairs in order and give you an insight into the future.
At this point, you haven’t even started to consider
making a change. You’re happy with the way things are, or at least comfortable
enough that you’re not interested in the effort change would take.
In the second stage, you start thinking about what it
would take to change. You might identify what’s standing in the way, or go back
and forth about whether change is worth it.
During preparation, you begin to educate yourself and
start “flirting” with change. You might buy a book, read blogs, or research
professional support (for example, coaches, doctors, or classes).
Action is what it sounds like taking concrete,
intentional steps in line with the change you want to make. Interestingly
enough, this is where most unsuccessful changes start. Without spending enough
time in the previous stages, resolutions fail. People tend to lack the
foundation needed to maintain the new behavior.
In stage five, you learn how to continue your behavior
for the long haul. As the new change takes root, people develop confidence in
their ability to continue the new behavior and resist temptation.
Termination or Relapse
The original model called the sixth stage termination,
which is when the new behavior is solidified and there’s no desire to return to
the previous state. The habit is easier to maintain than it is to break. In
relapse, however, people “fall off the wagon,” so to speak. They can
re-establish the new behavior as long as they don’t get discouraged by the
According to this model, the most important phase is
everything that leads up to taking action. If you have a solid plan for moving
forward, anchored by intrinsic motivation to change, you’re likely to be