Careerbright wishes you a very happy NEW YEAR!

Enjoy the New Year dawn with new hopes, resolutions and happiness! And as you charge ahead, with a fresh spirit to take charge of your career it is time to evaluate how you LEAD (Learn Efforts Attitude Deal). And LEAD you must…

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Although we look forward with hope and celebration we must pause and look back at what we need to learn from the past – and not only learning from what we have not done the best but also learning from what others do best. An experience can be your own or of someone else, there is always an opportunity to learn. And often we learn best by examples.

What new will you learn this coming year?


“Learning is like rowing upstream; not to advance is to drop back”

– Chinese Proverb


Everything in life needs a continuous effort, and so does your career. It is a journey of learning, to do better at the job you do every day, and also to make a positive difference in the world.

Where will you focus your efforts on this New Year?


“Winning is not everything, but the effort to win is.”

– Zig Ziglar


Armed solely with a great positive attitude any number of hurdles can be overcome, any mountain can be climbed. Brush up your attitude to shine this New Year. What would you do different this year – it’s time for a list!

How will you define your attitude for the New year?


“Great effort springs naturally from great attitude.”

– Pat Riley


How do you deal with people? How do you deal with yourself? Although the questions may seem trivial but if evaluated closely they are the basis of our failure and success. Time to think about and plan some success strategies on how to deal better with your customers, clients, employees, co-workers, managers, family, kids and most importantly yourself. Give yourself a pat in the back and celebrate when the occasion calls for, give yourself a break when the mind or the body needs it, explore and encourage your self-worth. It’s worth trying hard to push your confidence to a new high, you never know how what heights you can reach!

It’s human relations that matter – a simple yet amazing target of satisfaction in life.

“Make yourself necessary to somebody.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson


My best wishes to all of us as we plan to LEAD toward illuminating our careers and life with knowledge, satisfaction and joy!

Let’s LEAD with a positive attitude this New Year.