I thought it was time I write a follow up to the wildly popular and successful first installment of the corporate lifestyle guide. I’ve actually been genuinely shocked at how many people have told me they have read the “how to dress at work” blog. It’s up to at least five or six people.
In the anticipated sequel and follow up we are going to go over how to survive the ultra-competitive atmosphere of corporate life. If you follow these steps you will start to see success flow from your veins like an eternal spring of hope.
Rule number 1. Be nice.
Whoa there! That’s some heavy advice. This is probably the most important rule you can live by, whether you are in the corporate lifestyle or not. Being nice is something that some people forget to do even though it’s crucial. This goes hand in hand with “Likeability”. The Wall Street Journal wrote a great ariticle on this in March of 2015. Trust me google it, here is a highlight though…
“Likable people are more apt to be hired, get help at work, get useful information from others and have mistakes forgiven.” Read More