Dealing with work-related emotions in a healthy way will not have a negative impact on your professional behavior in the workplace.
Once in a while surprise your clients to remind them of your amazing abilities in case they’ve taken them for granted.
When you initially name shared documents as “drafts,” you lower people’s expectations of formal writing, so they focus on the content.
Take the blame for something that goes wrong if that means moving forward in terms of work engagements.
Let everyone know when they can or can't interrupt you at work.
Express your opinions and arguments regarding issues you feel strongly about.
Keeping track of your performance in the workplace will set you apart from your peers and help you thrive.
Setting processes can help your self-development immensely.
Set achievable objectives and work hard to reach them.
Being human means being wrong once in a while.