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Successful Habits For Work – Darren Coddel

Dramatically Improve Your Relationships at Work, Boost Your Productivity and Become Recognized as a Reliable High-Performer in Your Workplace!

Do you wish to increase your workplace value? Do you find yourself overwhelmed and struggling to prioritize your workload? Are you finding the working world difficult to navigate?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, then you’ve come to the right place!

In Successful Habits for Work, Darren Coddel distills success in the workplace into twelve powerful and actionable habits. You’ll discover how to excel at your workplace and rise through the ranks faster by becoming acknowledged and garnering the recognition you deserve.

Here’s what you’re going to discover in the pages of Successful Habits for Work:

  • 7 simple tips to help you become a “mind reader”, foresee your colleagues’ needs, and become an invaluable member of your team
  • How to be extremely resourceful at work, form valuable connections and become the oracle for your colleagues without being an annoying know-it-all
  • How to skyrocket your productivity and confidence with 7 proven ways to keep yourself, and your workspace spick and span
  • An underrated workplace hack that most people overlook that will improve your leadership skills and generate an incredible amount of goodwill for yourself
  • 7 foolproof self-care tips to help you rejuvenate, get rid of stress, cultivate a trustworthy aura, and improve productivity
  • 6 effective ways to handle criticism without taking a self-esteem hit and how to differentiate between constructive and destructive criticism
  • The 7-step method to effectively prioritize your tasks and develop powerful systems to help you combat work overload and stress
  • And more!

Brimming with profound insights and highly practical advice, Successful Habits for Work is the only blueprint you’ll ever need to stop being relegated to the sidelines, excel at your work, and adopt the habits of successful employees and excellent team players!

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