MGT 301 day 5 (week3)
MGT 301 day 5 (week3) MGT301
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by NoteGod on Thursday September 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MGT301 at University of Kentucky taught by Holbien in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Business Management in Management at University of Kentucky.
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Date Created: 09/15/16
9/13 Key points of article: Am i making people better off? English major after 10 years-$69,000 History-$72,000 Business major-$69,000 General Business- means managing the whole organization “I love hiring Liberal arts majors” -They think more broadly -They communicate better -They don't get stuck in a whole -They challenge ideas more Be whatever major you want but round yourself out to,add something that isn't close to your major be 2 sided. Early in your career get into a lot of different parts, it will keep you very marketable and valuable To be successful and happy do something you think is making a difference in your world. If you know you have talent and not getting the results To be successful self discipline cant be a one time thing it must be a lifestyle *must read 7 habit of highly effective people* If you want to be a person of power must have a personal victory everyday One little thing everyday that is good but difﬁcult. Sort out your priorities-what matters most List the reason- Get rid of excuses- “the ﬁrst and best victory is yourself” -Plato Ben franklin Principles -Pg 32 “Curious” -Pg 32 “Took it upon himself”-internal locus of control -Pg 33 “No matter how they feel”-Emotional maturity and strength -Pg 33 “Finds a way to keep learning”-Life learning -Pg 34 “Highly conﬁdent people always do ﬁne”- Extra mile Could you tell about your career path? What skills do use in your career? *what lesson have learned throughout your career? What do you see my strength and weaknesses are? Don't ask What do you think I should do? Find your path Ted turner-Studied The classics in college Jenet Rino- was a chemistry major Cover letter and Resumes When you don't have have a very good resume cover letter is a way to get hired. Do not make it “ME” “to offer to give or to contribute” if you make a typo your Resume will be thrown out.
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