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Support: Dealing with Stress in the Workplace

Document home runs! [2.10.3.c.2]

Don't be afraid to take credit for what you've done, this article by William S. Ford provides a step by step process to use more effective words and thoughts to produce written records of your work results, achievements, successes, and accomplishments. The author finds five reasons to document your work performance:
  1. To gain self-awareness.
  2. To lift your spirits and get you feeling very confident about yourself—ready to tackle the marketplace.
  3. To show that you have completed many projects that are difficult and worthwhile.
  4. To give specific, measurable, concrete examples of your contributions.
  5. To differentiate yourself from competitors and show how you're clearly head-and-shoulders above them.
Article is found Here.

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