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Week 4: What You Believe in is Where You Should Work

What You Believe In is Where You Should Work

Video Time: 11 Minutes           Action Time: Around 15 Minutes

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Hi Everyone! Our topic this week is, What You Believe in is Where You Should Work!

 

Did you give any endorsements, get endorsements, give recommendations, or get recommendations? That was your ACTION from last week! If you didn’t, then go back to last week’s episodes, watch them, do the action, and get caught up! If you did give and get endorsements and recommendations, give yourself a pat on the back!

Are you at 500 connections? Where are you on your connections? If you have 500 connections, then please head over to our Private LinkedIn Membership Community and brag about yourself!

A man excited after reaching 500 connections in LinkedIn

Hi Everyone! Our topic this week is, What You Believe in is Where You Should Work!

 

Did you give any endorsements, get endorsements, give recommendations, or get recommendations? That was your ACTION from last week! If you didn’t, then go back to last week’s episodes, watch them, do the action, and get caught up! If you did give and get endorsements and recommendations, give yourself a pat on the back!

A man excited after reaching 500 connections in LinkedIn

Are you at 500 connections? Where are you on your connections? If you have 500 connections, then please head over to our Private LinkedIn Membership Community and brag about yourself!

Frustrations and Apprehensions: Working for Companies That You Didn’t Align With

Searching for a job that aligns with your values is like picking out what college you want to attend. When you weigh your college offers, you choose to enroll in the college that best suits your needs. How you choose what college you go to is dependent on the types of majors, the cost of enrollment, and the classes offered. Even the teachers and students are a deciding factor on if the college fits your needs.

 

For example, if you’re trying to become a doctor, then you’d choose a college that has a great medical field program, right? Also, you wouldn’t want to have a teacher who’s a jerk or be in a class where students are disruptive to your learning. Otherwise, why waste your money attending?

LinkedIn Private Membership Community to helps teach students how to get job in 12 weeks

When it comes to job employment, think the same way. Make sure your employer and fellow employees are the types of people you want to work with. If not, you’ll end up being miserable. You don’t want your work experience to lead you to a life of late-night karaoke bars, drinking your pain away to alcohol every Friday night, so be smart! Somewhere, there’s a job that will value you!

Searching for a job that aligns with your values is like picking out what college you want to attend. When you weigh your college offers, you choose to enroll in the college that best suits your needs. How you choose what college you go to is dependent on the types of majors, the cost of enrollment, and the classes offered. Even the teachers and students are a deciding factor on if the college fits your needs.

 

For example, if you’re trying to become a doctor, then you’d choose a college that has a great medical field program, right? Also, you wouldn’t want to have a teacher who’s a jerk or be in a class where students are disruptive to your learning. Otherwise, why waste your money attending?

LinkedIn Private Membership Community to helps teach students how to get job in 12 weeks

When it comes to job employment, think the same way. Make sure your employer and fellow employees are the types of people you want to work with. If not, you’ll end up being miserable. You don’t want your work experience to lead you to a life of late-night karaoke bars, drinking your pain away to alcohol every Friday night, so be smart! Somewhere, there’s a job that will value you!

Why You Need to Align Yourself with a Company

A company’s values dictate the actions they take. Likewise, your values dictate the actions you take. So why not work together if you have common goals? Somewhere, there’s a match made in heaven just waiting to happen!

Core values that are relevant to you are things like an inquiring mind, exceptional research skills, ability to think and work independently, perseverance, and teamwork. Remember, a company and you are in a relationship. The better your connection is with a company, the better you’ll feel working within it. Like any relationship, it takes work to keep it healthy. So while good morning texts and late-night dinners are sweet and affectionate, they mean little if there’s no respect and care between partners.

 

A thinker statue wondering who am I in terms of pursuing a career

Can you imagine working in a place that values and respects you? Shocker, right? Well, there’s a company out there that needs you just as much as you need it. When you align your values, you increase your personal and professional life satisfaction and your feelings of personal success, which will make you more productive.

You’ll feel committed to the organization because they are committed to you! Having a company that values you is like finding your soulmate. Yeah, just because you’re a recent grad or a college student, doesn’t mean love cannot find you. So hold your head up! You never know when a recruiter is ready to sweep you off your feet.

A company’s values dictate the actions they take. Likewise, your values dictate the actions you take. So why not work together if you have common goals? Somewhere, there’s a match made in heaven just waiting to happen!

Core values that are relevant to you are things like an inquiring mind, exceptional research skills, ability to think and work independently, perseverance, and teamwork. Remember, a company and you are in a relationship. The better your connection is with a company, the better you’ll feel working within it. Like any relationship, it takes work to keep it healthy. So while good morning texts and late-night dinners are sweet and affectionate, they mean little if there’s no respect and care between partners.

 

Can you imagine working in a place that values and respects you? Shocker, right? Well, there’s a company out there that needs you just as much as you need it. When you align your values, you increase your personal and professional life satisfaction and your feelings of personal success, which will make you more productive.

You’ll feel committed to the organization because they are committed to you! Having a company that values you is like finding your soulmate. 

A thinker statue wondering who am I in terms of pursuing a career

Yeah, just because you’re a recent grad or a college student, doesn’t mean love cannot find you. So hold your head up! You never know when a recruiter is ready to sweep you off your feet.

To get a taste of what we’re talking about, Here is a link to companies that are excited about working with college students and recent grads! Check them out, their values, and start getting excited about developing your values and aligning them!

Check out the next episode on How to Find Your Values and Align with Others! See You There!

Companies and Core Values