There is a growing need to talk about students' growth and success after graduation, especially with all the talk in the media about the labor market which does not give opportunities to all. However, in my opinion, i can say that everyone is capable to achive goals . A growing body of evidence, however, suggests that the most significant thing about working is not where you go, but what you do once you get there.
Well i will share with you my experience about becoming successful...
I was looking for a part time job and I was fortunate enough to be selected, and while my manager at the time gave me basic guidelines,later he let me "run my own show." I had a lot of dificulties and made a lot of friendships. Yes, there were some other competitors who showed disrespect; however, there were many more who certainly appreciated what I was doing.
All you have to do is pursue passion and be moved by curiosity, interest and fascination. Get comfortable with your failures and remeber Improvisation is a great educator when it comes to failing. There’s no way you are going to get it right every time. Another point which id like to underline is the Ability to adapt to not usual environments. This feature is curious, but there are many university students who do not know to do outside of the environment which for so many years has nestled. Even if they have been at work in companies by way of training for the exterior, they continue seeing themselves as “student” and this prevents them from understanding that the time they spend doing work in real environments is only a preliminary step towards “real world”. Creativity, no doubt the resolution of tasks is a good scope, but this implies flexible thinking and this is so important to the adaptation of the environment.
There is something called the “the imposter syndrome,” it’s linked particularly to higher education students, and it’s the fact that people do not feel like they have worked hard to achieve goals, they believe that all have been gotten is based on luck. But luck is the audacity of being at the right time, with work and precise skills.
Ability to rely on own strengths and know the weaknesses ia something important too. Sounds easy, right? Because it is one of the major weaknesses of the students who are told all the time what to do, when to do it, how to do it. Well if you want to become a manager you wont be told what to do anymore.
You should take notes during your work because this can help you to remember the important points . Note taking can help us to think critically, and pay attention too. When you take notes, you don't have to write down everything. Instead, you can write down key words, draw pictures or charts to diagram the important information, or whatever else helps us to understand and remember the key ideas.
Making good use of time is crucial because there is only limited time left after we take lessons. How to make use of time becomes a significant issue. For example, you can make a schedule in your brains to know what time you have to work, join activities or something you plan to do.
What about being responsible? As mature college students, being responsible for your own life is the most important thing ever. The words you say, the way you live, and the approach you face your own problems are equally playing the crucial roles in our lives. Before saying something, think twice carefully, May I right to say so? Or what will he / she feel if I say this to he / she? The questions will help you to inspect the words’ appropriateness to prevent from hurting people and destroing relationships.
In sum, be responsible for our lives. It’s a vital element to become an successful person.