Sharing the tips with a working professional and exploring the life of purpose of your network

I am here to introduce you with some important tips that will help you to maximize your career and explore the life of purpose. Its an important saying that when you need an advice then come to the person of that field.

“When you need a professional advice get it from professionals not from your friends” advice given by someone trained in a particular and relevant profession or job.

I get access to my Teacher Ma’am Sana she is a Govt. Teacher and has 8 years teaching experience. I asked her for only 15 minutes in early morning before her 1st lecture and she was agreed. I share some tips of maximizing career such as :

Everyone starts out doing grunt work till trust is proven
Don’t talk badly about the company or about your boss
Take control of your relationship with your boss and team members
Find a mentor and manage the relationship strategically
Join a professional body and build your network
Embrace change and reflect on what you are learning daily.

After sharing this tips I discuss them one by one briefly (time was over but she is so kind so she participate with me generously) and she openly shared her thoughts, giving her personal life examples in fact she wanted someone to listen her actively. After discussing these tips I ask some more questions:

> About her journey of getting her job
> Her life of purpose
> Sacrifices
> Passion

And we both were happy to know that we both have same purpose to vanish illiteracy and she was really really passionate with her purpose and I came to know that how many hurdles she faces to get the job to achieve her goal and how generously she guided me about which steps I can take to achieve my goal. She offer me some refreshment as well.

After this wonderful meeting I thank her for her precious time and also ask for further meeting in Ramzan because she live near my home. And I was happy to share my thoughts along with these amazing tips and learn more then before.

Thank you!

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