small daily habits that can bring success early in your career

Once you enter the professional life, it's a tough competitive world out there. Sailing through it smoothly is easy, but often one feels there's no guarantee that you will step up the ladder faster than others.

That's not true. There are a few everyday habits that will make every moment of your hardwork count and make you successful earlier than your peers:

Be Mr Dependable
Make people believe you’re the one who can get them what they need, especially your boss. You want everyone to think you’re the most dependable person around.
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Let your work speak for you
The more quiet you are about your efforts, the more surprised people will be on seeing the results, and the more they’re going to talk about you.


Listen more, speak less
The less you speak, the lesser are the chances of you uttering something stupid. It will also make you come across as an intelligent person. You want people to literally wait to hear what you have to say.

Keep your goals in focus
Keep a sight on the ultimate dream but also plan out short-term targets. It’s the best way of ensuring that you’re always on the move, and not stagnating. Make every day count.

Work on people skills
Know how to deal with people the right way. Try to solve conflicts without turning them into fights. Building a good rapport with people despite all disagreements and arguments will take you a long way.

Value every contact you make
Wherever you go, build contacts. You have no idea whom you’d need when in life. Be the guy everybody remembers. Be the guy everyone wants to work with.

Spot opportunities before others
Do what nobody else can, or nobody else already has. Give this world something it has never seen before and you’ll be the one true hero in no time.

Have a mentor
It pays to have a mentor and a guide who can do some handholding, especially in the early part of your career.