Ways To Stay Proactive

August 26, 2015  |  
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Try to anticipate what’s next

There’s a big difference between being proactive and reactive.  When you’re being reactive, you’re just performing tasks based off of a result, whereas being proactive is when you’re in a state of anticipation.

Granted, being reactive will still allow you to get the job done, but being proactive allows you to be a greater asset to your success, your employers, and your goals.  Don’t just wait for things to happen to get things done, work toward them.

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