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December 08, 2008


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I started documenting what I do every day a few months ago, and I have to admit, it's a great way to keep you on the ball. I try to get 2 major projects and 4-5 small projects on the list every day. I haven't asked for a raise yet, but I might in the future. It will be the first time. :)

I would also recommend:

- Trying to be sees as an employee who can do many things while at the same time being diplomatic (the goal is really to become indispensable).

Vince Scordo

The way to never get downsized is a modification of #4. Tackle tasks that your boss is currently handling that he hates. If you keep your ears open, they are not hard to find, just listen for what he complains the most about having to do and offer to help. If you get a couple of these, he'll do all he can to keep you on in the down times.

Strick --

Agreed. Or at the least... make his job easier by helping to streamline tasks that he hates.

After doing that for my direct boss I have noticed he gives me a lot more personal project time because he knows it will benefit him in some way.


Regarding no. 2 on the list and Obama's public works plans, now would be a good time to learn how to repair and build bridges!

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