Collision Law: achievements are earned
People who like to watch basketball games will find that the stars who score the most often make the most mistakes. 'collision law' tells us that luck is a kind of probability. The more collisions you have with your career, the greater the chance of getting good luck. So instead of waiting for luck, it's better to create opportunities.
First of all, the most important thing is to do a good job. On this basis, doing more every day can attract more attention and create opportunities. Second, dare to accept new tasks, of course, if you do a good job in planning and preparation, for example, what accidents will occur when you finish this work and how to deal with them. Finally, whenever possible, keep the best mental state in front of the leader, so that he can confidently give you the important tasks.
Good luck may be accompanied by failure. People are afraid of failure, but they are more afraid of ridicule, so we always spend too much energy to speculate on other people's opinions. Think too much, you may never be able to stay in place. Therefore, don't stop because of a failure. Enthusiasm and persistence can make you succeed in the end.
Durian Law: the initiative of new employees
If you ask a person who has never eaten durian 'do you like Durian?' he can't answer it - without trying, he can't say he likes it or be sure he doesn't like it. This principle is called "Durian law" in the workplace: many people want to find a suitable job immediately, but they never take the initiative to understand and experience it. Therefore, a good job is likely to slip away in your hesitation.
In fact, it's more appropriate to use "Durian law" to describe new employees in the workplace. New people always judge the quality of a job by imagination, but without practice, they cannot find the real value of the job. Some people have calculated that, even under the premise of continuous practice, it will take about three years for a person to find an ideal job. Therefore, waiting for no result, rather than struggling to find a suitable job, it is better to adjust the mentality to try more, so as to get the final answer in each experience. For those who have worked in the workplace for many years, they should also take the initiative to find and solve problems and dare to try; when dealing with interpersonal relationships, they should take the initiative to approach the team and treat people with sincerity.
There are also direct and indirect experiences. Direct experience is active attack, while indirect experience is to obtain information through other people's suggestions and feelings. People who have not eaten durian can understand the taste through other people's introduction, but the feeling is not the most direct and objective. The work is also the same, the depth of water shallow to personally try to know, others' suggestions for reference only. Of course, the workplace experience should not be too blind. Frequent job changes are not conducive to career development. We should find a balance point and know what we know.
Monroe's Law: don't magnify dissatisfaction
Famous actress Marilyn Monroe once said: 'if you can't accept my worst side, then you don't deserve to have my best side. 'it's the same with work.
If you are asked to rate your current job, few people will give you full marks. According to Monroe's law, a job has both satisfying and unsatisfying aspects. Salary, working environment, career development, interpersonal relationship and other factors will become the scoring standard of job satisfaction. The reason why people change jobs is because they enlarge their dissatisfaction with their work. Patrick lancinho, an American career consultant, points out that in reality, there are far more dissatisfied with the job than with it. But in fact, the satisfaction of the work has little to do with the work itself. A marketing manager with an annual salary of 250000 yuan may not be satisfied with his job, and the waiter in the restaurant may have a sense of achievement.
Therefore, when you are dissatisfied with your work, you should first find out the root cause: it is difficult to deal with the relationship with colleagues and superiors, or you feel that the company is unfair to yourself, not recognized, and has little prospects for development. Next, we need to find solutions and ask ourselves whether we have achieved respect, weakness, communication and tolerance in terms of interpersonal relations; and whether the current work can improve your ability in terms of development. For managers, to eliminate the dissatisfaction of employees, it is necessary to truly understand the needs of employees, create a relaxed and comfortable environment for employees, and ensure a stable, sound, fair and just system, so as to relieve their worries.
The law of flying: find out the root cause of the problem before changing jobs
Many people try to escape the efforts they have to cope with through job hopping and resigning, but in the end, they find that many things still need to be faced. It's like playing with flying weapons, throwing them and flying back. You can escape the world, but you can't escape your heart.
There are many reasons for job hoppers. They are dissatisfied with their salary, don't see the future, don't like their boss, and have conflicts with their colleagues & hellip; & hellip; they often attribute the problems encountered in the original unit to external causes, and ignore their own shortcomings. Therefore, even if they change their environment, they will repeat their past behavior patterns and encounter the same problems. Frequent job hopping is a taboo in the workplace, which not only lacks the sustainability of career development, cannot find the career direction, but also makes employers lack the sense of trust. At the same time, people who like to escape are lack of self-confidence. Their core belief is' I'm not good enough ', especially in the face of setbacks and challenges, negative thoughts will prevail.
Before job hopping, it is suggested that you find the root cause of the disease first. If your ability is insufficient, you need to find ways to improve your level; if the current platform is not appropriate, you need to make clear your career position, assess the risk of changing jobs, and find a good time. In addition, it is also important to examine whether you are objective about your dissatisfaction with the work unit.
Fuel tank Law: tired to set some small goals
A Ferrari, no matter how good its performance, will break down if it doesn't refuel. For professionals, 'oil' refers to career goals and the driving force of work. Many people who choose a career based on their interests often neglect the value of the career, that is, 'why am I interested in it? What do I want? If we don't get the value we want for a long time, people will suffer from occupational fatigue. This is the "fuel tank law", which contains two problems.
1. Career goals.
It is an unsolved question whether job hunting, interest or development are important. The best state of course is a combination of the two, but the reality is often not perfect. When there is a conflict between the two, we should first think about what our career goals are and what we want from our work, and then find out the measurement, whether it is salary, stability or self-worth. Only by defining the criteria of gain and loss can we judge whether the 'engine' of the work itself is not good or the 'oil' of our own is not enough.
2. Job burnout.
People stay in a post for a long time, and their enthusiasm gradually wears off. It's hard to avoid fatigue, boredom, inability to raise spirit, lack of motivation for work, unstable mood, and they start to muddle along. At this time, do not blindly resign, but try to 'top up' yourself. We can decompose our work into small goals. To achieve them constantly is the process of self-improvement, which can bring you a sense of achievement and stimulate new enthusiasm for work. Learn to praise and reward yourself. Even if you have a little achievement, you should be sure of yourself. When you are tired physically and mentally, it is best to take a good rest at the right time to ensure adequate sleep and talk with friends and family.
Gambling law: it's better to practice internal skills than to climb relationships
The so-called "betting law" means that many people in the workplace are trying to find a shortcut, hoping to find the fastest and most labor-saving way. As a result, they often bet on uncontrollable things, such as backdoor and relationship climbing. However, in this way, if you win, you will be able to fly to the branches and become a Phoenix, but if you lose, you will be defeated completely, and you will not even have a chance to buffer.
In fact, no matter the way or the shortcut, they can't escape the law of normal development. The road to success is a step-by-step step step-by-step step step by a down-to-earth person. The valuable experience they gain is beyond the reach of a shortcut person. Even if there are good opportunities, we need to work hard to succeed. For example, does an intelligent person need to go all the way from primary school, middle school and university and "waste time"? The answer is yes. People with high intelligence can indeed skip some links, but life experience is not only a hard textbook, but also a comprehensive ability of dealing with people and teamwork. Therefore, the best strategy is to cultivate internal skill and play steadily.