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Stuff I Wish I Knew Earlier : Unlock Your Career Potential.

Author/Creator:
Danukarjanto, Luki.
Publication:
Toronto : Iguana Books, 2017.
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1 online resource (153 pages)
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Vocational guidance.
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Electronic books.
Contents:
Intro
Title Page
Copyright
Dedication
Contents
Acknowledgements
Luki's Disclaimer
Introduction
The origin story
SIWIKE: Stuff I Wish I Knew Earlier
Only for soon-to-be-grads?
Guiding principles
Part One: Vision
Chapter 1: A Grand Adventure of Your Own Design
Prioritizing yourself and your future
It's your choice, so seek success
Career success starts with school success
Post-secondary education isn't for everyone - and that's okay
Evaluate what success means to you
Chapter 2: Who Are You and What Do You Want?
Are you a chef or cook?
Self-awareness is everything
Know your own tendencies
Focus on your strengths
make your weaknesses irrelevant
Your value lies in your passions
Find your why before figuring out your how
Your purpose may be the source of your brand
Chapter 3: Summary - Vision
Vision: Resources
Part 2: Preparation
Chapter 4: Check Your Vitals
A little self-care goes a long way
Take pride in your personal presentation
There's power in the present moment
Emotions have intelligence
Cultivate your confidence
Have a growth mindset
All learning starts with memory
Chapter 5: You're More Wealthy Than You Think
Create an abundance mindset
Good money management is learned, not inherited
Credit or convenience
Profit from the side hustle
Chapter 6: Communication Is Connection
Relationships matter as much as results
Adapt your communication style
It's better to be understood than heard
Don't just be interesting
be interested
Chapter 7: Summary - Preparation
Preparation: Resources
Part 3: Skill Building
Chapter 8: Motivation and Productivity Hacks
Motivation fuels your success
procrastination is the enemy
Your results are determined by your expectations.
You are in control of your habits
Time management is attention management
Chapter 9: Job Hunt
Everyone is a salesperson
In every role, there is a "customer" to be served
Reverse-engineer the job you want
Focus on accomplishments, not activities, on your resume
Practice your interview skills
Hiring is seasonal - know when to apply
Work experience is the shortcut to going pro
Your job hunt never ends
Gain experience managing up, beside, and below
Essential tips and tools for job seekers
Chapter 10: The New Networking
Introverts can network, too
Networking does not have to be sleazy - Build Meaningful Connections
Networking is not a crapshoot
It pays to be the dumbest person in the room
Future opportunities come from past connections
Chapter 11: Summary - Skill Building
Skill building: Resources
Part 4: Expansion
Chapter 12: Lifelong Learning
Your first job is not forever
The path to success is rarely straight or narrow
Add to and adjust your career bucket list
Find your inner critic
Knowledge shared is knowledge multiplied
You've got more time than you think
All my dreams can come true - but not all at once
You can create your passion
Chapter 13: Unstoppable
Live life in the front row
Mediocrity is the enemy
Seek mastery
You can run your own company
There's no time like the present
Chapter 14: Summary - Expansion
Chapter 15: Where Will Your Awesomeness Take You?
Commemoration.
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other format:
Print version: Danukarjanto, Luki Stuff I Wish I Knew Earlier
ISBN:
9781771802406
9781771802390
OCLC:
1009270606