Being Visible as a personality

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By Veer Kartik

As an individual, the most important thing to remember is that the information you put out there will shape the way people think about you, your work, and your image. It will also affect how they respond to you. If people think you are something special, they will treat you that way. If people think you are worth no good, they’ll treat you with sheer disregard. If people think you’re worthy, they’ll treat you well.

For a time you will need to be as accessible as possible. Work up your groups, work up your connections. Network.  Make sure your presence is known and that your name and face are everywhere. This network is the key to unlocking future doors. It’s essentially the groundwork phase where you work a lot to be known in the hopes that maybe one day you won’t have to work so hard.

Think about what you enjoy and what you're good at. What about the skills you've learned from full or part-time jobs, volunteer experiences, or school and social activities. There could be a connection between your activities and skills and your values.

To make translation a success, set some reasonable, short-term and long-term goals for yourself based on your top values. You're more likely to get where you want to go if you set a goal and commit yourself to it.

Everyone has specific periods of peak productivity, so capitalize on your best time of the day. If you're a morning person, plan to tackle the most difficult tasks before lunch. Likewise, if you're a night owl, don't force yourself to study or work on complicated projects until late afternoon or evening.
A Translator has to have the ability to explain ideas in a clear and concise manner; somebody who deals with specifics and who has the ability of being patient. If they want to get a particular point across to the people under their watch, they are able to do it effortlessly.

Multitasking in today’s world is important because in order to succeed, one has to perform more than one task at a time, and perform it to the best of their abilities.
If you see individuals shying away from taking responsibility for their actions because it might reflect poorly on them, then they aren’t respected. One should not be afraid to hold themselves accountable for failure.

It is said that being professional is one of the most important aspects of being successful at your job. Your professionalism could open the door to other career opportunities, a raise, or even a bonus. Your demeanor towards your coworkers and your clients should be courteous and professional at all times, from how you present yourself to how you communicate to how you interact with others at work. Focus should be on being honest, reliable, a hard worker, and positive, day in and day out. Your job should be important to you, and you should value your successes, no matter how small or minor.

If you notice problems or issues around a certain project or client, speak up to your coworkers and your superiors. Don’t ignore or avoid these conflicts. Instead, face them head on by alerting others to the issues and working together to try to solve.
Professional association conferences and seminars can provide a wealth of information on a broad array of topics and professional issues. Often, associations rotate the location of such events from one city to another. That can make it more convenient for certain members to attend, depending on the proximity of the conference or seminar.

Associations are well aware of the issues that are most important to their members, and they tailor programs accordingly. Conferences and seminars also offer opportunities to meet other members to exchange insight and viewpoints.

Seminars and workshops offered by universities and business schools are targeted, in most cases. Typically they cover a wide range of both theoretical ideas and practical pointers for putting these principles into practice.
Presence in social media
Let your audiences see you. This means interacting on your social media accounts often. This doesn't mean just putting up a link to your post and hoping someone will read it or click on it. This means really getting on there and interacting with everyone. Respond to posts from your audience and interact when they show interest. Show them who you are and your audience will feel more connected to you and they will want to read other articles or visit your website.
Another key way to demonstrate professionalism is to be willing to learn from feedback. Remember that good feedback should be about your work and your results. It should never be personal. Getting angry or defensive about feedback can make you appear unprofessional. Instead, focus on learning from feedback and using it to improve the way you do things at work.

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