“Rule 4 of Work: Carve Out a Niche For Yourself”

By Richard Templar Rule 4 of Work: Carve Out a Niche For Yourself  and appeared in the Financial Times …

“The easiest way to get noticed at work (at least in the positive sense) is to find some specific way in which you are uniquely talented and use it to your advantage. Exceptional ability in a specific area will help you stand out more to the people who can promote you.”

“Carving out a niche means spotting a useful area that no one else has spotted. It might be as simple as being great at spreadsheets or report writing. It might be, like Mike, knowing something no one else does. It might be being brilliant with scheduling or budgets or understanding the system.”

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