Thought of the Day: January 3rd - Professionalism & Integrity

Peter B. Giblett By Peter B. Giblett, 29th Dec 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/36q2kl1w/
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This article is part of a continuing series of thoughts for each day of the year by Peter B. Giblett. The intent here is to produce a year of uplifting thoughts to assist you during the course of your day. Contributions are date focused, but not linked to any particular year.

Returning to Professional Status with Integrity

For many on the world this day is "back to work" day for the new year; the first day of reality after the mid-winter break. The watch-word for today should be 'integrity'. Be patient, but get things done.

The challenge after returning from such a long break is getting back onto the flow of work, doing it right and being professional about everything that you do. The trick is not to rush. Re-train yourself through each step and by the end of the day you will soon be an expert again. Patience is a virtue and will aid you as you work through the day.

Definitely a day to avoid meetings, you have more important things to focus on.

Earlier Articles include thoughts of the day for January 2nd and the 1st.

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author avatar Peter B. Giblett
Author of "Is your Business Ready? For the Social Media Revolution"

Social media consultant, with C-Level background.

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author avatar Mikey.
3rd Jan 2012 (#)

Good advice.

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author avatar ittech
3rd Jan 2012 (#)

GR8 presentation, happy new year.

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author avatar Jerry Walch
3rd Jan 2012 (#)

Good advice, Peter. Full-time writers, on the other hand, never have the luxury of ever taking such a long break from the keyboard so we never have any real problem getting back into the swing of things. I took a two-day break for Christmas and a two-day break for New Years.

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author avatar Peter B. Giblett
3rd Jan 2012 (#)

Jerry I am glad you had that luxury, I was working most of the time, preparing things for the future.

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author avatar Delicia Powers
3rd Jan 2012 (#)

Well said...

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
5th Jan 2012 (#)

Thanks, Peter. Good advice.
Jerry: Relax, just think of it as a hobby!

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author avatar Randy Duckworth
6th Jan 2012 (#)

Very well said! Thank you!

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author avatar Songbird B
21st Jan 2012 (#)

Great share Peter and wise advice..

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