John M. Crossman discusses five “career killers” that can immediately torpedo you at work and five “career builders” that can help you succeed. He lists and describes acts of self-indulgence that no career can survive and offers the caveat that even one mistake can ruin you. In this career-planning guide for millennials, college grads and new employees, he tells readers what steps to take and what disasters to avoid when building a successful career and an enjoyable, satisfying life. His brief but comprehensive primer lends a hand to young people trying to create a context for success.
About the Author
John M. Crossman is president of Crossman & Company – a regional commercial real estate company based in Orlando, Florida. He has funded or helped fund scholarships at more than 30 universities. He based this book on his most requested speech, The Top Five Ways to Get Fired and The Top Five Ways to Keep From Being Fired. For more information, see his website at https://crossmancb.com/.
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