Happy at Work 60 Simple Ways to Stay Engaged and Be Successful

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  • Copyright: 2014-04-08
  • Publisher: New World Library
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Reap the rewards of a job well — and happily — done

Even in a tight economy, job satisfaction isn’t a luxury; fulfilled, happy employees are productive, innovative, and loyal. And workplace fulfillment spills over into happier families and better communities. Jim Donovan, a small-business owner, consultant, and speaker, has worked with employees and employers for twenty-five years. In that time he has tested and honed these shift-producing strategies on everything from managing time, making decisions, and marking milestones to breaking patterns, bouncing back, and becoming exceptional. Each tip’s method and rationale are clearly explained. Real workplace vignettes demonstrate the benefits and results that can be gleaned from simple shifts and actions. These tools will empower you with the knowledge that no matter the circumstance, you can think, act, and feel in ways that create purpose, success, and, yes, happiness.

Author Biography

Jim Donovan is a business owner, inspirational speaker, and business coach. Jim’s articles have appeared in numerous print and digital magazines and he is a frequent media guest and expert source on personal development. With several of his books published in more than twenty countries and eighteen years as a speaker and coach, Jim Donovan is a recognized authority in the personal development field. His coaching programs blend universal spiritual laws with proven business and success principles and are designed to produce extraordinary results. He has published an online ezine since 1992 and lives with his wife near Philadelphia.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. Reward Yourself and Others
2. Put your problems to work for you
3. Break your patterns
4. Become curious
5. Know your purpose
6. Advance confidently in the direction of your dreams
7. Making your dreams come true
8. Become a goal setter
9. Do your goals scare you?
10. Milestones & actions
11. Take only inspired action
12. Align with your values
13. Learn to manage your time
14. Ask a bigger question
15. Arrive to work early
16. Master your energy
17. Commit to life long learning
18. Become a value finder
19. Don’t be afraid to speak your mind
20. Dress for success
21. Don’t wait to be told what to do
22. Always focus on what is working
23. Dealing with difficult people
24. Make decisions quickly
25. Motion equals emotion
26. How happy are you?
27. Be exceptional
28. Make a habit of drinking water
29. Don’t gossip
30. Take ownership of your work
31. Are your habits supporting you?
32. Whatsoever you believe
33. Read personal development regularly
34. This, too shall pass
35. Tell a different story
36. Model the success you desire
37. What does success mean to you?
38. The question business people never ask
39. Lesson from legends
40. Today is “Someday,” what will you do?
41. Are you feeling confused?
42. Putting the excitement back in your job
43. Remove the obstacles that block your success
44. We’re all salespeople
45. Bouncing back
46. Think like an owner even if you’re not
47. Promote your company
48. Make dull tasks fun
49. Be authentically you
50. Change your actions, change your life
51. Practice gratitude
52. Thoughts and feelings
53. Music is a world within itself
54. See the big picture
55. Develop meaningful friendships at work
56. What do you intend?
57. Avoid energy zappers
58. Take charge of your emotions
59. Money is a measure of your service
60. Live in the present
61. Get up and start moving

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