In coaching, the job doesn’t end just after one game or one season. The same can be said for entrepreneurs who work hard every day to pursue their dream of starting, managing and growing a small business. Both professions require leadership, dedication, commitment and a strong work ethic in order to succeed.
All these career “asks” take some amount of nerve mixed with confidence. Not only do you need to believe you're worthy of the “ask” in question, you need to muster up the courage to make that initial request as well. Visualizing asking your boss for a bump in your salary of five percent seems a lot easier than when you are standing in front of her sweating, perplexed, playing with your watchband and feeling like a deer in headlights.
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Quitting your job can be the brilliant move that frees you up to do something better, or it can be a rash decision you end up regretting later. If you're starting to think about resigning your job, here are five questions to ask yourself to make sure it's the right decision for you:
DaVita Kidney Care, a division of DaVita HealthCare Partners Inc. and a leading provider of kidney care services, is encouraging people to take a 60-second quiz to learn about their risk for chronic kidney disease during March, National Kidney Month.