Thinking like an employee might be holding you back at work

J.T. O’Donnell, CEO of Work It Daily, shares how mindset to being a “business of one” can be a game-changer at work.
2:43 | 04/29/21

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When we think an employee we think we work for the employers and their way up here where wheat down here. But when you can shift the minds that to have this is of one you realize you're actually working we Indian players want to build a strong business partnership based mutual customers back. So that you can earn the money that you want listener. So this sounds like something you can't understand it let's look at three ways you're probably holding yourself act because you're thinking and play. The first thing that happens what you look like play is that they actually vehicles. They believed that they have no control and just continue with the clock to do their heads down here where I'm hope they're going to be recognized as much. I. Of one understand that their job it constant critical feedback it's out of relationships with manager. And they seek out that he backed two pictures up beginning. But exceeding actually teach. It's also how they're able to you talk to them about. Point eight partly. He needs owned discussed his relationship. In order to get lots. The second way that you can be limiting yourself. They're acting like a commodity doing well as I think all the ops planes and what it means that there's a lot of something the demand for both down is that the price. If your employer sees you. And what they're saying is that there's other people thinking that happens. Some important. They can easily somebody else and he he. What you want to do is figure out how you savor me the company money how you can continue to say meat company. Mormon. So that when conversation about acting like raise or promotion and you opportunity. You can actually justified because that's the only other point feel the unity that you create. And think about that that you're probably not thinking like you know. But here's the thing this isn't one. I didn't fix problems. Really want creeks and job security. I want if you think your box can't stand due its high taxes it's difficult and do it for them because they're never going to want to back again. And we need an answer to talk that raises and promotions your regular column that fact that you've taken out anything. You think my employee. So that. But we think of this is a line. You're not creating more opportunity freeze deal more power you're gonna feel worse despite your career. That's pretty important stays because strictly every jobs temporary. You need to do this over and over so I hope these tips helped because when you think the business of line. Going to get more of the results. They I. Desire to. And again.

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