What is your personal career motto?

Posted By on Jun 30, 2013 | 0 comments


Do you have a personal career motto you follow? If not, I will strongly encourage you to choose one that resonates with you.


You can create one by taking a quote that originated from somebody else or you can come up with your own motto or mix it up together.


Here are some examples of a good career quotes:


Communication – the human connection – is the key to personal and career success.-Paul J. Meyer
Be yourself: everyone else is already taken.- Oskar Wilde
Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life. -Confucius
It’s not what you achieve, it’s what you overcome. That’s what defines your career. -Carlton Fisk
Work to become, not to acquire. -Elbert Hubbard
Find out what you like doing best and get someone to pay you for doing it.-Katherine Whitehorn


Your personal career motto is an essence of your experiences, expectations, values, your best advice on career that you would like to pass on. This is why the personal quotes are so popular by others!


A personal career quote gives you motivation, direction and makes it possible to evaluate your decisions. It reflects what you do and attracts career choices that match your motto. It shows who you are and who you are becoming.


My personal career quote that simply sticked with me is “Do what you love to do.” It resonates with me for a simple reason of having a happy and fulfilled life, creating opportunities to learn and meet inspiring people.


My motto is also very important for me as a coach: it allows me to come from a space that allows my clients to make decisions and take actions they love, and being their best they love to be.


If you don’t have your motto yet, choose something which refers best to your growth and provides energy. It will become your blueprint for creating the environments you need to fulfill your career goal.




Please share your career motto!


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