Don’t Ever Fear Your Boss: The Biggest Inhibition To Career Progress
Old Lyme, CT (December 17, 2008) ’For many people, the boss is anything but a best friend. It just wouldn’t be natural: the boss isn’t just a colleague, and he (or she) is more a team leader. He’s the person who decides whether someone gets the praise they deserve, the promotion they desire, or the bonus they expect. He’s also the person who decides whether their next paycheck will be their last and whether they’ll be tossed out on their ear at the end of the month. The boss is now an object of genuine fear. That fear has become the main obstacle to career progression for thousands of people.
“For most people, whether or not they achieve their career goals will depend solely on the subjective opinion of the person directly above them. That’s very frightening,” explains Sam Childs of Sam-Childs.com, who has helped dozens of people overcome their inhibitions and achieve career success. “It’s that insecurity that’s stopping employees from asking for raises, requesting promotions and volunteering for kinds of extra responsibility that fast-track career progress.”
On the other hand, he adds, it’s always the brave souls who aren’t afraid of what their bosses think who always seem to do the best.
Childs has helped over 30 people overcome their fear. The key to stop worrying about the boss’s opinion, he says, is to start believing that your immediate superior only has power over one aspect of your life- and that you have complete power over the rest, “It is possible to beat boss-fear,” says Childs, and “achieve all your career goals.”
For an informative and entertaining interview and more information about this condition, call Sam Childs at 860-391-2412
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