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Sometimes a promotion might actually wind-up being the worst thing that could happen to you! Really Cheap NHL Jerseys , it's true. A good friend of mine won a promotion he had been planning and hoping for over a long period of time. He was ecstatic.


The first year on the new job he lost more than $20k of income moving from an hourly wage to salary. He worked even more overtime, was stressed-out, (which carried over to his family life,) and resulted in a whole host of other troubles.


It didn't take him long to decide that the ?promotion? brought with it a new title and a lot of headaches he had never anticipated.


You really need to ask yourself if the promotion you seek will somehow improve the quality of your life and those you care about enough to justify accepting it. There needs to be some harmony between your work life, and your home or private life Cheap Jerseys Online , and what you expect or desire from each. If a promotion costs you too much of what you care about most, run from it, or re-create and redefine it in a way that works for you.


Critical Questions To Ask Before Seeking Or Accepting A Promotion Are: What do I value most and will the promotion give me more of that?


Will I be happier?


Will my relationships suffer or be improved (family, co-workers, andor friends Cheap Jerseys Wholesale , etc.?)


Will I be more secure in my job?


Will I earn more or less money? (Don't forget to consider the differences between hourly wages and base salary pay.)


Will I have to work much more than I want to?


Will I retain at least the same level of benefits I currently enjoy?


Will there be opportunities to advance further?


Is this position temporary or enduring?


Is this position respected and needed long-term?


Who will replace me, and are they competent?


Whom will I be replacing, where are they going, and why?


Will this promotion actually help me and the company in the long-run?


Am I exceeding my level of competence by taking this job? If so, what will I need to do to become competent to fulfill this new role?


What is the ?political climate? like surrounding this new position?


Who will be my new boss and what is he or she like?


Is there a merger looming Cheap Jerseys From China , or likely, and how will this effect me?


Will I have to re-locate, and am I open to that?


Who will I now be supervising or accountable for, and what are they like?


What is the history of this position? If this position is constantly being 're-filled,? why?


Will the level of accountability I have match the rewards I receive?


Who will decide whether or not I get the job Cheap Jerseys China , and how is my relationship with them?


Can I leave the job without being demoted or punished in some way if it turns out to not be a good fit?


What will be left undone when I leave my current position, who will complete it, and how involved will I need to be in that process?


Maybe that seems like a long list of questions but I hope you know the answers to each of them before you push hard for a promotion. You really do need to know if the new job is better than what you have now. Finding the answers to some of theses questions can be a bit of a tricky process, but as long as you proceed cautiously, it will be well worth your time.


Whether you like Dick Cheney or George Bush Cheap Jerseys , or agree with them politically, you have to sort of admire the way Dick Cheney has said a resounding ?No? to seeking the office of President of the United States. Instead of toying with the idea of becoming President, Vice President Cheney has repeatedly said ?I serve at the pleasure of the President? and ?I do not desire, nor will I accept, your nomination for President.? Could he have been any clearer on the subject? It seems fair to say that VP Cheney has answered the questions above in his own way. Perhaps Cheap NHL Hockey Jerseys , like many of us, he is glad someone else is doing that job.


Being President of the United States isn't for most of us. Half the people you govern don't agree with you most of the time, and the other half only agrees with you some of the time. High-level positions in most companies work much the same way. You have to grow a pretty 'thick skin? to thrive and be effective in such environments.


Very recently, two friends of mine working at different companies in two different states both decided they were tired of their jobs and quit. Both men were very impressive and highly regarded in their respective occupations. After years of holding the highest and second highest positions in their companies, both of them declared Cheap Hockey Jerseys , in effect, ?I've had enough of this? and left long-standing careers.


What would drive people to this end? I'll summarize their answers to give you a sense of why people burn-out and feel as though they must move on even when they have been promoted to the highest levels.


The Following Elements Contributed To The Eventual Burn-Out Of Both Men: They were working at least 60 and usually 80+ hours per week. They both felt like if they worked any less they would fail to meet the responsibilities of their positions. Sadly, even with the extra hours worked, they never felt like they were even close to being caught-up.


They were good delegators, but simply had more work than they could possibly do. Their key staff members were also overwhelmed Cheap Adidas NHL Jerseys , so they could not off-load any more work onto them. There simply was no relief for them.


They received extreme pressure from corporate execs to make their companies more and more profitable in order to please shareholders. In truth, there is only so much that can be done, and only so many hours in a day in which to do those things. Unfortunately, many corporate executives do not agree with this analysis.


They carried the ?weight of the world? on their shoulders, and found it hard to think of anything but their jobs. Even when they were home (on occasion Cheap NHL Jerseys Online ,) with their families t


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