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Getting what you want at work shouldn’t be an impossible task – however, for some, it might feel like it. Below, we’re going to talk about what you can do to get what you want at work so you have a much better time. Take a look!

  • Know Exactly What You Want And Ask For It

The first thing you need to do is know exactly what you want – want a promotion? Want a pay rise? Write it all down. Get as specific as you can. Then, you need to be willing to ask for it. This might seem scary, but you won’t get what you want if you don’t feel like you can ask for it. 

  • Improve Your Skills

Improve your skills so you make a better employee and person to work with. Make sure your communication skills are strong. Make sure your body language is on point. Work on every skill you feel you need to improve on so you feel more confident asking for what you want and so you’re sure you’ll get it. 

  • Become More Assertive 

Becoming more assertive is one of the best skills you’ll work on. It’ll help you to feel more confident asking for whatever it is you want, and it could even help you outside of work, too. There’s a difference between being aggressive and assertive, and knowing the difference is key. Below, the infographic will help you to figure out the difference and give you some valuable pointers. 


credit to STL Training

Aggie Aviso

Aggie Aviso describes herself as her family’s storyteller and memory keeper. A mom to two kids ages 14 and 8, she is certainly past the age of sleepless nights and adorable pigtails. However, motherhood stays exciting, more meaningful and yes, more challenging. She takes it all in stride, knowing fully well that moments pass by in a blink of an eye. As Gretchen Rubin famously said, “The days are long, but the years are short.” She has discovered how wonderful it is to have those fleeting moments in time documented in their family books and has made it her personal mission and passion to be able to tell their stories for her future grandkids. You can read more about her here.. Subscribe to blog updates and the occasional letter here.