Last updated: 13 September 2019.

While I blog about ‘tips to make your daily life easier!’, I’ll focus on personal development and professional life in this post. Why? Because I’m sure that while looking for life tips, your professional progress must be one of your top priorities!

I’m always reading, learning new things and putting them into practice myself. I’ll share 10 of my published blog posts, that are geared towards your professional betterment:

1. To set goals for yourself, read set-the-right-goals-for-next-year.

2. To be in line with your set goals, see 10-daily-habits-for-productivity.

3. Perseverance is key! Find out more at 10-reasons-to-persevere.

4. Can you always avoid the unwanted? Learn about problem-solving techniques, by clicking on solve-your-problem-in-7-steps.

5. Find the importance of careful listening in the communication process, through a story at a-story-on-effective-communication.

6. Are you a book lover? Find 8-reasons-to-read-daily.

7. Don’t be afraid to take risks! Find out why at 5-ways-failure-helps-success.

8. Do you work from home?… Find 8-advantages-of-working-from-home.

9. Are you glued to your screen all the time? Read about need-for-a-digital-detox.

10. To benefit from the importance of building contacts, read networking.

To sum up, I dedicated this blog post to introduce/remind you of what I’ve already published on professional life last year in 2018. I wish you a great start in 2019! Would you like to share how you find the New Year so far, as far as your professional aspirations are concerned? Please do so. Thank you!

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